Math(algebra)
posted by Joe .
1.) Consider the function F defined by the equation: f(x)=3x+2
a.)find each of the values F(1),F(2)and F(3).
I need help on figuring out the steps on this killer

Put in for x the values in the parenthesis: for example f(4(
f(4)=3*4+2=14
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