Answers: 1. f(x)=√5, g(x)=x+1 2. f(x)=x+1, g(x)=√5 3. f(x)=√5x, g(x)=x+1 4. f(x)=x+1, g(x)=√5x
Answers: 1. f(x)=√5, g(x)=x+1 2. f(x)=x+1, g(x)=√5 3. f(x)=√5x, g(x)=x+1 4. f(x)=x+1, g(x)=√5x
Answers: 1. 4a^2-a+6 2. 4a^2-a+4 3. 4a^2+7a+6 4. 4a^2+7a+4
Answers: 1. 2x^2+2x-10 2. 2x^2-2x-9.5 3. 2x^2+2x+19/2 4. 2x^2+2x-19/2
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