## anonymous one year ago If f(x)= (e^x)-(x^2)/2, then find the value of f(4)-f(0).

1. campbell_st

substitute x = 4 f(4) = (e^4 - 4^2)/2 f(0) = (e^0 - 0^2)/2 get the values then find the difference

2. campbell_st

or you could leave it in exact form

3. anonymous

I got that far, but i dont know what to do with the e^4

4. anonymous

If $f(x)=e^x- \frac{ x^2 }{ 2 }$ then find the value of $f(4)-f(0)$

5. freckles

You can leave e^4 as e^4 or if you are allowed you can approximate it by using your calculator

6. anonymous

Oh. Okay thanks

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