show graph simplify / solve 10/16/2012 | Justin from Tallahassee, FL | 0 Answers | 0 Votes Mark favorite Subscribe Comment Comments This isn't very clear....the equation you are asking about looks like the following: ƒ(x) = -2^{5} v x - 4 - 3, which doesn't make much sense... Why is there a "v" in the middle? Is it another variable in the equation or does it stand for something (i.e., versus)? Are they two separate functions ( ƒ(x)= -2^{5} and ƒ(x)= x - 4 - 3 ) that you are trying to graph and compare? I think you may have copied the problem incorrectly... 10/16/2012 | Tamara J. Comment
This isn't very clear....the equation you are asking about looks like the following: ƒ(x) = -2^{5} v x - 4 - 3, which doesn't make much sense... Why is there a "v" in the middle? Is it another variable in the equation or does it stand for something (i.e., versus)? Are they two separate functions ( ƒ(x)= -2^{5} and ƒ(x)= x - 4 - 3 ) that you are trying to graph and compare? I think you may have copied the problem incorrectly... 10/16/2012 | Tamara J.
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This isn't very clear....the equation you are asking about looks like the following:
ƒ(x) = -2^{5} v x - 4 - 3, which doesn't make much sense...
Why is there a "v" in the middle? Is it another variable in the equation or does it stand for something (i.e., versus)?
Are they two separate functions ( ƒ(x)= -2^{5} and ƒ(x)= x - 4 - 3 ) that you are trying to graph and compare?
I think you may have copied the problem incorrectly...
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