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posted by Megan .
I don't understand this question.
ƒ(2n) = 2ƒ(n) for all integers n
ƒ(4)
= 4
If ƒ is a function defined for all positive integers n, and ƒ satisfies the two conditions above, which of the following could be the definition of ƒ?

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