Suppose x=1,2 and f(1)=2, f(1)=5, and f(3)=4 use the definition of a function to explain why f defined in such a way is not a function.

Suppose x=1,2 and f(1)=2, f(1)=5, and f(3)=4 use the definition of a function to explain why f defined in such a way is not a function.

h(x)=3/sqrt 7x+9

Let f(x)=x^3 when x is less than or equal to 2 and x-2 when x is greater than 2 (Piecewise function) What is the limit of x approaching 2 from the right side? Explain. I'm pretty...

h(x) = 3/√7x+9

I didn't get it.

Peter is on his school's basketball team. Entering his Senior year he already scored a certain number of points. During his Senior year he scored 160 points in the first ten games and 180 points...

Rewrite the following function in slope intercept form. an=7+(n+1)(3) I'm a little confused doing this, please help!

Rewrite the following function in slope intercept form. an=3+(n+1)(−6/7) Please Help! I'm really confused.

Darla is training for a marathon. She starts out running 1.5 miles and plans to add additional miles each week. Below is a screen shot from her fitness tracker app on her phone. Week ...

Give the equation of a function whose inverse is also a function. Then, draw a sketch of a non-function whose inverse is also a non-function

y=-5 sin(2x)

The speed (in feet per second) of a ball tossed up in the air can be represented by the function v(t)=32|t|+5 where t is time in seconds. Based on this function, at what time would the speed of...

Let P=(x,y) be a point on the graph of y=x^2-3 (*)Express the distance d from P to the origin as a function of x.

cos(x+y) if sinx=12/13, cosx=5/13, siny=8/17, and cosy=15/17

A B C D E F G H I J K L M 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 N O P Q R S T U V W X...

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sin(x-y) if sinx=7/25, cosx=24/25, siny=3/5, and cosy=4/5

a quadratic function models a free fall ride by the height above the ground of an object in free-fall can be determined by the quadratic function h(t)=-12^2+h sub 0, where t is the time in seconds...

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Find the matching value for f in the function below. The independent variable is in radians. ƒ(π/4) = cos(cos-1x)

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