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if f(x)=x^2-2x+4, find f(-3x)

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    Just plug in -3x in place of x :)

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    @AutumnMaybury Start working :)

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    answer is one?

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    @AutumnMaybury What ?

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    i got one for the answer

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    Please show me your working @AutumnMaybury

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    f(x)=-3^2-2(-3)+4

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    Its not -3,It's -3x

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    See the question you provided us

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    but you said put -3 in for x..... *confused*

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    I said put '-3x' in place of x

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    ok sorry rewriting now

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    Ok :)

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    3x+4

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    @AutumnMaybury I want you to show me your working please :)

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    |dw:1357830860437:dw|

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    Well lemme show you something \[\huge\ (-3x)^2=(-3)^2(x)^2=9x^2\]

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    is that the answer?? please explain *confused* :(

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    It would be x^2 not x

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    I mean to say the first one my bad.

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    f(x)=9x^2-6x+4

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    but 9x-6x does equal 3x-4

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    It would be 9x^2 not 9x.

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    is the 9 the only one squareD? the 6x isnt?

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    No.

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    The 6x is not.

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    I have showed you above in latex.

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    ok thank you

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    |dw:1357831302413:dw|

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    closing out of this question anddddd askingg a neww onee

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    Okay :)

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