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  1. anonymous
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    Sorry, I don't know this one.

  2. anonymous
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    Whats f(x) Equal

  3. alekos
    • one year ago
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    what is g(x) = ?

  4. alekos
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    f[g(x)] = [(x+3)/4]^2 - 4[(x+3)/4] - 3

  5. alekos
    • one year ago
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    now just substitute x=9

  6. anonymous
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    IT SHOULD BE -21

  7. alekos
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    no, its not -21

  8. YoungStudier
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    I'm sorry, I don't think I've learned this stuff yet.

  9. haleyelizabeth2017
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    Please be patient!

  10. haleyelizabeth2017
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    First, plug 9 into the g(x) equation in place of x.

  11. haleyelizabeth2017
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    Just so you know, I'm not going to give you a direct answer.

  12. haleyelizabeth2017
    • one year ago
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    But, I can set it up for you. \[\frac{(9)+3}{4}\] What do you get when you add 9 and 3, then divide the sum by 4?

  13. haleyelizabeth2017
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    @whystudyalonejamescollen55555

  14. alekos
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    yes its -6

  15. haleyelizabeth2017
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    @alekos, please don't give direct answers!

  16. haleyelizabeth2017
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    for the first part. Now plug 3 into the f(x) equation: \(f(3)=(3)^2-4(3)-3\) \(f(3)=9-12-3\) Simplify.

  17. haleyelizabeth2017
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    Yes.

  18. alekos
    • one year ago
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    didnt give a direct answer. James already worked it out previously and I acknowledged that he was right

  19. anonymous
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    Yes @alekos was helping me before as well :) thanks guys!

  20. alekos
    • one year ago
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    no problem

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