2(y+2)=f(-x) to y=f(x), or isolating y. If I start by dividing 2 on both sides, does it only account for the y value?

2(y+2)=f(-x) to y=f(x), or isolating y. If I start by dividing 2 on both sides, does it only account for the y value?

y=f(x), for -4 ≤ x ≤ 5. Write down the value of f(-3). Write down the value of f^-1(1). Find the domain on f^-1. Sketch rhe graph of f^-1.

f(x)= (6x+4)/4 g(x)=6x+8 can i multiple f(x) by 20 and g(x) by 3, add them and then evaluate at x=-2? is -52 the answer?

Let f(x) = -2x-4. Find the difference quotient f(x+h)-f(x)/h. Simplify your answer.

Let f(x) = 4 + 7 x -x^2. Find the difference quotient f(5+h)-f(5)/h. Simplify your answer.

The equation x^2+(k+2)x+2k=0 has two distinct real roots. Find the possible values of k.

Let f(x) = 3x^2 - 6x + p. The equation f(x) = 0 has two equal roots. Write down the value of the discriminant. Hence, show that p = 3. The graph of f has its vertex on...

I need to know if x=-3 is a function or not. I also need to know why it is or isn't.

Let f(x)= 3x/x-q where x does not equal q. Write down the equations of the vertical and horizontal asymptopes of the graph of f. The vertical and horizontal asymptopes to the graph of f intersect...

Let f and g be functions such that g(x) =2f(x+1)+5 Let h(x) = -g(3x). The point A (6,5) in the graph is mapped to the point A´ on the graph of h. Find A´

Let f(x)= x2. Write the equation for the final transformed graph if the following transformations are applied to f: stretch vertically by a factor of 2; shift downward by 5 units; shift right...

Calculus 1.1.3

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u(x)=x-2 w(x)=2x^2 Find the following (u*w)(4) (w*u)(4) The * represents composition

From CPM eBooks CC Algebra; Chapter 1, Section 1.1.2

Suppose that the functions q and r are defined as follows q(x)=-2x+1 r(x)=-5x-4 Find the following (qºr)(1) (rºq)(1) ...

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A) list the independent and dependent quantities b) find the reasonable domain and range value c) write the reasonable domain and range as inequalities.

k(x) = −x2 − 5x + 6 A.) k(√5) B.) k(a + 5) C.) k(−x) D.) k(x2)