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emily9102

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Help please :)

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  1. emily9102
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  2. moneybird
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    \[-9 \le 4\] therefore u substitute -9 for x for the first equation x + 6

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    g (-9) = -9 + 6

  4. emily9102
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    so it would be? -3 10 11

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    @moneybird

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    well for g(-9) = -3

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    Where would i sub the others into?

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    is 4 less than or equal to 4?

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    equal

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    so you would again use the first equation x + 6

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    g(x) = x+6 g(4) = 4 + 6

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    which is 10, what i wrote :)

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    for the last one, is 5 greater than or equal to or less than 4?

  14. emily9102
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    and the last one is 4 correct? 9-5

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    greater

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    yes good job :D

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    Awe thanks :D

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