Posted by **Maggie** on Friday, June 13, 2008 at 10:57pm.

I can't figure our how they got the answer to this question:

Use the following function to find f(-2)? f(x)=x(squared)-3

This is how I am solving the problem:

f(x)=x(squared) -3

f(-2)=(-2)squared -3

f(-2)=4-3

f(-2)=1

The correct answer is 2 and I don;t know why.

## Answer this Question

## Related Questions

- Math - Find the shortcut. Solve these problems. Then find and explain a shortcut...
- math - How do i find the area of a triangle? For example: A squared + b squared...
- math - i am having a minor difficulty i've been stuck for over an hour and don't...
- Math question - I don't understand how to find the aproximate area of a shaded ...
- algebra 2 multiple choice HELP - find f(a), if f(t) = 2t2(squared)-t-2 A. 2(a+t)...
- Math11U - A Pythagorean Triple is a set of integers that satisfy the Pythagorean...
- Math - I need help with this problem. In decimal form, write the ratio of the ...
- Math - ok 3 questions A. Is a polygon a plane figure (Always,sometimes,never) ...
- Math - simplify the following expression and show your problem solving strategy ...
- College Algebra - Can someone check my answer please! I'm not sure this is right...

More Related Questions