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a. Identify the function as being a linear, constant, quadratic, absolute-value, or step function. b. Find f(3). c. Find f(1/2) 1. f(x)=x 2. f(x)=2x^2 3. f(x)=[2-x]

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The first one is constant. The second is quadradic and de second is is Absolute value.
Thank You, now what is part b) ????
Tfhe third is a absolute value function. The answers are for the first is a ordered pair (3,2); For the second just plug the valeu f(3)=2(3)^2. For the absolute value plug the value in the expression and you will find out.

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you made a mistake for the first question its f(x)=x so what is it?
and now whats part c) ????
Sorry the first one is a line.
Just plug the values in the equantions. For the first you have f(3)=3. So you will have the ordered pair (3,3).

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