7th grade Algebra 1 Honors 52 textbook help
How do you solve this for example g(t)4 and the function is g(x)=x squared +1 . . . . . . .. . .I NEED THIS DONE BY TOMORROW HELP!
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g(x)=x^2+1
g(t4) I think that is what you are asking..
g(t4)=(t4)^2 + 1= t^28t+17posted by bobpursley

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