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P + q for p = 32 and q = 18
5
P + q= ?
5
Find domain of the function
g (x) = 10
47x

P + q for p = 32 and q = 18
5
P + q= ?
5
Should this say 5p+q? Not sure what the random 5 is there for. Either way, just plug in the numbers. If it is 5p+q, it's 5(32)+18.
Find domain of the function
g (x) = 10
47x, 47(10)
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