If \(f(x) = 2x\), then \(f(1) =2\), and \(f(2) =4\) \(f(x) =2\) is a constant function, that is f(x)= 2 for aaaaaaaaaalllll x. In this case f(x) = f(2) = f(3) =f(......) |dw:1433899206471:dw|
how would it apply to an equation like 1+2x
find f(2) ??
f(2) means the value of x is 2. when you see x replace with 2 compute and you will get the value of the function f(x) = 2 means the value of the function is 2
ok so, if I have f(2); 1+2x and x=2, I plug 2 into x and simplify. But what do I do when I have f(x)=2 and 1+2x
when f(x) = 2 then 1 + 2x = 2 solve for x
so subtract 1 on both sides and divide by 2?
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