Algebra II

posted by .

If F(x)=x^2-x+1 and g(x)=-3x+6, what is the product of f(-1) and g(3)?

Help please.

  • Algebra II -

    f(-1)=(-1)^2 -(-1)+1=3
    g(3) =-3(3)+6=-3
    3 times -3 = 9

  • Algebra II -

    the answer is -9 not 9

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. math

    Find the two numbers that multiply to the product number and add to the sum number of the following: a)Product 563033256; Sum 51895 b)Product -43481220; Sum 28429 c)Product 2545124358; Sum -105619 I tried xy = product and x+y = sum, …
  2. Algebra

    I need help on doing a math problem for my algebra class so if u could help i would be really grateful any way please explain. : Find two consecutive negative integers with the product of 110
  3. MATH- please help!

    A company makes three products X, Y and Z. Each product requires processing by three machines A, B and C. The time required to produce one unit of each product is shown below. Product X:- Machine A: 1 Machine B: 2 Machine C: 2 Product …
  4. algebra

    What is the product of 11/15 and 12/7? Show how this is done please.
  5. algebra

    A number, greater than or equal to 2, is called product-perfect if it is equal to the product of all of its proper divisors. For example, 6=1×2×3, hence 6 is product perfect. How many product-perfect numbers are there below 50?

    which of the following are reasonable answer for the product of two negatives and a positive a. 20** b. 10 c. -20 d. -10 Which statement about the product is true 5.5⋅√5 a. The product is rational b. The product is irrational**** …
  7. Algebra

    Which statement about the product is true?

    Which statement about the product is true?
  9. algebra 1

    Which statement about the product is true?
  10. algebra 1

    Which statement about the product is true?

More Similar Questions