Hi Hannah, If g(x) = 2x + 2, this means it takes an input value, doubles it, and then adds 2. The inverse will do the opposite, in the opposite order. So the inverse will first do the opposite of adding 2, so it subtracts 2, or x - 2. Then it...

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The ACT Mathematics Test is a 60-question, 60-minute test designed to measure the mathematical skills students have typically acquired in courses taken by the end of 11th grade.

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Hi Hannah, If g(x) = 2x + 2, this means it takes an input value, doubles it, and then adds 2. The inverse will do the opposite, in the opposite order. So the inverse will first do the opposite of adding 2, so it subtracts 2, or x - 2. Then it...

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I believe this isn't an absolute value function, but rather a greatest integer function. Can you clarify for us, is this absolute value or greatest integer?

Lets start with encoding your letters. Some classes will encode directly from the position in the alphabet, 1 thru 26. So A is 01, T - 20, C- 03, etc. Others will encode using 0-25, so A is 0, B is 1, C is 2, etc. Only you will know how your teacher or class does it. I’ll assume 1-26. RSA uses...

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My daughter is in 9th grade and taking 10th grade geometry. She is struggling a bit, where she has always gotten A's in Math. We thought it was due to a new teacher's teaching methods. Ed very calmly started working with my daughter. He worked with her on her daily homework to assess her strengths and weakness to determine what was going on. Because he is a Geometry teacher and has taught sev
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