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Well either you can add the 2 functions and then plug in 2 and then solve Or You can plug in 2 and solve both equations separately and then add the 2 equations So it wld look like f(2)+g(2)
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swissgirl Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
I will give you an example So let f(x)=1/x+3 and g(x)=x+2 #1 (f+g)(x)=(1/x+3)+(x+2)=1/x+x+5 Now lets plug in the 2 (f+g)(2)=1/2+2+5 = 15/2 #2 f(2)+g(2)=(1/(2)+3)+((2)+2) = (7/2)+(4) =15/2
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