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Let f(x)= –2x + 4 and g(x) = –6x – 7. Find f(x)–g(x).
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f(x) = 3x – 7 and g(x) = –2x – 6. Find (ƒ ∘ g)(4) What is the inverse of the given relation? y = 3x + 12
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@nubeer can u help with these?? I need the whole worked out solution ):
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You square both sides of the equation so you get rid of the radical sign on the left.
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@blast234 @mathteacher1729 @mathstudent55
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Just x = 0
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OH ok, can you help me with these? Let f(x)= –2x + 4 and g(x) = –6x – 7. Find f(x)–g(x). What is the inverse of the given relation? y = 3x + 12
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@julliemyers What work have you done on these problems so far? It's hard to help out if I don't know what you already know and can do. :)
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f(x) = 3x – 7 and g(x) = –2x – 6. Find (ƒ ∘ g)(4) (fo g)(4) f(g(4)) G(x)=2x6g(4)=2*(4)6g(4)=86 g(4)=14 f(g(4))=f(14) f(x)=3x7 f(14)=3*(14)7 f(14)=427 f(14)=49 (f o g)(4)=49
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@mathteacher1729 is that correct?
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@julliemyers Yup, that is correct! :) And your reasoning is very clear as well.
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What is the inverse of the given relation? y = 3x + 12 =3x=y12 =x=y/34 =y=x/34 @mathteacher1729 correct?
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f(x) = –2x + 4 and g(x) = –6x – 7 f(x) – g(x) (2x+4) – (6x –7) 2x+4+6x +7 4x+11
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@julliemyers Yuppers on the inverse problem.
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f(x) = –2x + 4 and g(x) = –6x – 7 it might be 8x+11 and not 4x+11 >.>
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