Calculus..Need Help Soon
posted by Leanna .
If the solutions of f(x)=0 are 1 and 2, then the solutions of f(2x)=0 are
a)1 and 2
b) 1/2 and 1
c) 2 and 4
d)2 and 4
2)1/2 and 1

If the solutions are 1 and 2, and assuming f(x) is a polynomial, then
f(x)=k(x1)(x+2)
and
f(2x) = k(2x1)(2x+2)
implying
2x1=0 or (2x+2)=0
Solve for x.
Respond to this Question
Similar Questions

calculus
Solve the system by the method of your choice. Identify systems with no solutions and systems with infinitely many solutions, using set notation to express their solutions: (0 ,5) (0 , 0) (2 ,1) (2,3) 
calculus
Solve the system by the method of your choice. Identify systems with no solutions and systems with infinitely many solutions, using set notation to express their solutions: x + y = 3 2 + y = 3 (0 ,5) (0 , 0) (2 ,1) (2,3) 
algebra
5x=7+4y 20x16y=28 how many solutions are there for the system of equations? 
algebra help
I need help with this problem not understanding it. Give exact and approximate solutions to three decimal places. x^2+6x+9= 81 what are the exact solutions? 
Calculus..Need Help Soon
If f(x)=1x^3 and f^1 is the inverse of f, how many solutions does the equation f(x)=f^1(x) have? 
Math check
Decide whether each equation has one, no solutions, or infanatly many solutions 1.) 2(x  3) = 2x One solution no solutions many solutions infinatly many solutions 2.) 3(y  3? 
math
21.Faith solves the equation 3(7x+4)=21x+4. How many solutions does she find? 
Math
1)How many real number solutions does the equation have? 
Math
How many real number solutions does the equation have? 
Math
How many realnumber solutions does the equation have?