# math

the functions f and g are defined as follows

f(x)=5x-1 and g(x)=-4x^2-3

f(-6)=

g(5)=

i have the first answer which is -31
for the next part i keep coming up with 97 which is wrong

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1. F(x) = 5x-1
F(-6) = 5*(-6) - 1 = -31.

g(x) = -4x^2 - 3
g(5)=-4*5^2 - 3 = -100 - 3=-100 + (-3) =
-103.

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posted by Henry

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