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Evaluate each funtion for the given input values:

for f(x)=4x-3,find f(x)when x=3

so is it f(x)=4(3)-3
f(x)=12-3
f(x)=9? is this right?

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  1. Yes!

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    posted by Lexi
  2. ok thanks, i have one more question

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  3. Evaluate each function or the given input values:

    for g(x)=x^3-x, find g(x) when x=(-3)

    g(x)=(-3)^3

    g(x)=(-27)? is this right?

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  4. correction it it should be g(x)=(-30)is this right?

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  5. Almost -27 - (-3) = -24

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    posted by Steve
  6. x(x-32)=0

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    posted by Shamaya

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