algebra

for the nonlinear equation f(x)=4x+4

x=2
x=4
is it correct to say that two inputs would be 12,20. If not could you help me with two inputs? Thank you

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  1. The equation you wrote is most linear.

    f(2)=12
    f(4)=20

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