Posted by **Kayla** on Thursday, April 19, 2007 at 10:05pm.

I don't understand this equation:

Given f(x)=4(x)+1 find the value.

f(3)

It's fairly basic, you just plug 3 in for x, so it would be

4(3)+1

and then you'd just simplify it :)

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