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is this right?
27. h(x)= x3 ; x=0,1,2,3,4,5,6
h(x); 03 =3
h(x); 13=2
h(x); 23=1
h(x); 43=1
h(x); 53=2
h(x); 63=3

correct, but you left out h(3) = 0
rather than h(x);13 it is more customary to write
h(1) = 13 = 2
since h(x) = x3
and you just replace all the x's with 1's
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