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posted by hannah .
find f(1) if (x)= x2  6x/ x plus 2 the multiple choices are 5, 5/3, 7/3, 7 which one is it

Well, this is a really easy problem!
f(1)=f(x)=x^26x/x+2
(1)^26(1)/1+2
1+6/1
7/1
which equals 7, because 7/1 is same as 7, and that is your answer...
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