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rebecca1233

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Part a.) Write your own function in function notation. For example: f(x) = x + 1. Using your function, find f(2). Part b.) Explain in your own words how to find the value of f(2) when you are given a function f(x).

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  1. rebecca1233
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    @AriPotta

  2. AriPotta
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    well for this, the possibilities are endless lol

  3. soty2013
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    |dw:1351216162671:dw|

  4. rebecca1233
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    so ? can i use that ?

  5. AriPotta
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    @soty2013 she has to make her own function, that was an example. i don't think she can use the example :/

  6. soty2013
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    simply put the value of given x in given f(x)

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    |dw:1351216249653:dw|

  8. rebecca1233
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    so i just put any number so like f(2) = 3k+3?

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    yes

  10. rebecca1233
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    do i need to do anything else or just that ?

  11. AriPotta
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    if you use f(x) = 3x + 3, then you'd have to then solve for f(2)

  12. AriPotta
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    so f(2) = 3(2) + 3 f(2) = 6 + 3 f(2) = 9

  13. rebecca1233
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    ok so for the one i chose that is the answer ?

  14. AriPotta
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    yea part a: f(x) = 3x + 3 part b: f(2) = 3(2) + 3 f(2) = 6 + 3 f(2) = 9

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