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Let f(x)= –2x + 4 and g(x) = –6x – 7. Find f(x)– g(x). (2 points)



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ajprincess
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Find the difference between f(x) and g(x).
f(x)g(x)= –2x + 4(–6x – 7).
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is that the solution? i dont understand @ajprincess

.Sam.
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That is not, simplify this
–2x + 4(–6x – 7)

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Figured out the answer? @Acoustics95

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what would i do first to simplify that?

ajprincess
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–2x + 4(–6x – 7)
=2x+4+6x+7
what is 2x+6x=?

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4x?

ajprincess
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yup:)

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4+7=?

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11

ajprincess
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yup:)

ajprincess
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2x+6x+7+4=?

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4x + 11?

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yup:)

ajprincess
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that is ur answer:)

Acoustics95
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Thank you very much @ajprincess

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:D

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Welcome:)