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5. If f(x) = 2x − 2 and g(x) = 3x − 1, find (f − g)(4).



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zaynahf
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Do the same thing, but this time, subtract f(x) and g(x)

Torrayani<3
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so can you set it up for me...thats the problem with these equations

zaynahf
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Whats F(x)?

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2x − 2

zaynahf
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Now subtract g(x)

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so 2x

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@marvin.cling

zaynahf
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Nope, try it again. oure not combining ht elike terms correctly

Torrayani<3
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So 4x?

zaynahf
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No..
Do this:
2x − 2( 3x − 1)
Distribute the negative sign:
2x23x+1
Now do the combining like terms:
2x3x
and
2+1

marvin.cling
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\[fg=(2x2)(3x1)=x1,(4)=5\]

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i gotta sign off now gl with u hw

zaynahf
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@marvin.cling Youre not supposed to give the answer, you're supposed to help, step by step