Evaluate the Polynomial -2x^2 - x + 3

A. x=2

B. x=-1

I am have real problems with this one.

Evaluate the Polynomial -2x^2 - x + 3

A. x=2

B. x=-1

I am have real problems with this one.

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A.- -2*2^2 - 2 + 3 = -7

B.- -2*1^2 - 1 +3 = 0

Replace in the cases x by the given number and add them up.

B.- if x = -1, then the equation will have the value:

= -2*(-1^2)+1+3= 2

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