Algebra
posted by Lindsay .
Could you explain to me how to these type of problems? I checked in my book and it is still confusing.
Evalute the piecewise function at the given value of the independent variable.
1. g(x)= {x^2+2 if x cannont equal 2, x+8 if x=2
Determine g(5).
2. f(x) {5x+4 if x <3, 2x+3 if x > or equal to 3
Determine f(7)

Algebra 
bobpursley
If x is 5, it is not two. g(x)=27
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