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HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! If f(x)=2x^2-4x-3 and g(x)=(x-4)(x+4),find f(x)-g(x) Answers: 4x+13 x^2-4x+13 3X^2-4x+13 -4x^2-4x+13
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@studydood66
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he can probably halp
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Thank you!!!! @studydood66
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Could you help me with other questions? @studydood66
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i think its right but im not positive
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and yea
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anonymous
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lol srry
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If f(x)=(x+1)^-1 and g(x)=x-2, what is the domain of f(x)/g(x)
anonymous
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that im not shure
anonymous
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lol you good @megax
anonymous
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will posting the answers help? @studydood66
anonymous
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im looking it up
anonymous
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f(x)/ g(x) = (1/x )/ ((x+1)/(x-2))
anonymous
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all values of x (infinity,-1),(-12), and (2,infinity) (-infinity, 2) and (2,infinity) (-infinity,-1] and [2,infinity) @studydood66
anonymous
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yea thats the answer
anonymous
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its not on there
anonymous
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ok im not interaly shure about it what grade is that
anonymous
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12 grade lol @studydood66
anonymous
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thats why i have to look it up im 7th
anonymous
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oh dang i feel so stupid XD @studydood66 but thank you for the help
anonymous
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np
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can you try helping me with another math question? @studydood66

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