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Can someone tell me if I did this right? The function is defined by f(x)=2x+2 Find f(x+3) f(x+3)=2(x+3)+2 Final answer : f(x+3)= 2x+6+2
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steve816
  • steve816
Remember, you can add 6+2. So the final answer would be f(x+3)= 2x+8
teller
  • teller
That's what I thought but it told me I was wrong.
teller
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I just tried 8+2x and it told me I was right.. strange but thanks.

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steve816
  • steve816
hmm, that's weird. I am 100% sure that my answer is right.
steve816
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Oh, great, you got it right!

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