Functions f and g are defined by f:x→3 over x+2,x is not equal to k and g:x→2x+1.
No.1~State the value of k

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1. Question no 2
Find the value of p for which f(4)=g^-1(p)

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posted by mandy
2. huh??
for your first ... /(x+2) , x is not equal to -2

so in " .. x is not equal to k" , I guess k must be -2

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posted by Reiny
3. Ok, your turn for #2, I have given you several examples.
It is really easy.

See if you can get p = 2

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posted by Reiny
4. Can you show me the step how to get -2?

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posted by mandy
5. I still cant get the k is -2..

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posted by mandy
6. find g^-1 (x) the way I showed you

from that get f^-1(p) , then
find f(4)

set those two equal to each other and solve

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posted by Reiny
7. The no. 1 how to do?
Your answer in my book is right but i don't know how to do the step

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posted by mandy
8. Still didn't get k=-2..no 2 i know alrdy..thnks

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9. Functions f and g are defined by f:x→3 /(x+2),x is not equal to k .
No.1~State the value of k

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