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f(x) = -6x- 1 and g(x) = -(5+4x)

What is the solution for (f - g) (x)?

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Seyed Kaveh M. | Math Tutor: Pre-Algebra to CalculusMath Tutor: Pre-Algebra to Calculus
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(f-g) (x) = f(x) - g(x)
So  (f-g) (x) = (-6x-1) - [-(5+4x)] = -6x-1+5+4x = -2x+4