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December 22, 2014

Homework Help: Math

Posted by Jessica on Monday, December 19, 2011 at 6:36pm.

I am not exactly sure of what I'm supposed to do in the following question:

Describe and correct the error, given the functions f(x)=3x - 5 and g(x)=1/3 - 4/3.

The first equation is as follows:

g(-3)= 1/3 - 4/3 (3)
=1/3 - 4
= -3 2/3

The second equation is:

f(1)= 1/3 - 4/3(1)
=1/3 - 4/3
= -3/3
-1

It appears to me that they wrote the functions in the wrong order, but I honestly have no idea what they're asking me to do. Also, it looks like the equations are correct! I'm home-schooled and learning math on your own is easily the most difficult thing, so all help is most appreciated. You don't exactly have to solve the question for me or anything, just simplifying it in any way would help me out. Thank you for reading!

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