principles of math 11
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if f(x)=2x =1 and g( x) =4x3 then (f+g)(x)=
options are below... can someone steer me in right direction as I am not getting the answer
option a =6x2
option b = 2x4
option c =6x+4
option d=8x3
option e = 2x+ 4
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