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- anonymous

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

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

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- anonymous

What's your question?

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What is the answer to that equation?

- anonymous

That depends on what you're supposed to do with it. If you're supposed to expand it and simplify, we can do that. Let's start by expanding the square:
(3a)^2 = 9 a^2
Simplify the first term.

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- jdoe0001

hmm and equation EQUATes something
it really has no answer per se
your "statement" is just saying that a function equals something else
so.. not really a question

- anonymous

Yes, but what's the simplified version? It is a question, since I don't know what the simplest form is. Anything you ask that you don't personally have an answer to can be and usually is a question. :/

- anonymous

It sounds like you're just supposed to simplify the equation. Is that correct?
If so, let's look at the first term: 2(3a)^2 = ?
First, we expand the squared part: (3a)^2 = 9 a^2
So, what is 2*9*a^2?

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