h(x − 1) = h(1/x) = I need help with plugging this in and finding the answer. I am very confused.

h(x − 1) = h(1/x) = I need help with plugging this in and finding the answer. I am very confused.

f(a + h) − f(a) /h I just need the answer to finding out what it will be when plugging in these numbers

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f(a) = f(a + h) = f(a + h) − f(a) h = I need to know what the answers are to plugging these numbers in so I know how to do it &nb...

I need help determining where to put the numbers to create the equation.

I need help finding out where to put the information to make the equation.

If f(x)=ln(9x+b), find f^−1(x) in terms of b.

shrink horizontally by a factor of 5, then reflect about the x-axis shrink horizontally by a factor of 1 5 shrink vertically by a factor of 5 stretch vertically...

stretch vertically by a factor of 1 5 stretch horizontally by a factor of 5 shrink vertically by a factor of 5 shrink horizontally by a factor of 1 5 shrink...

Having trouble setting up the equation. Thanks for the help

What will the equation look like? Every time I set it up I tend to get it wrong, thanks for the help.

If log p=x and log q=y, evaluate the following in terms of x and y: #1) (log p^-4)/(loq q^-5) = ? #2) (log p^5)^−3 = ?

Part A: If f is one-to-one and f(6)=9, then f^−1(9)= ??? and (f(6))^−1= ??? Part B: If g is one-to-one and g(7)=11, then g^−1(11) = ??? and (g(7))^−1 = ??? Not really sure...

If f(x)=(A+Bx)/(20+4x), with B≠0, compute f^−1(x) and f^−1(−9) in terms of A and B.

The height s above the ground at time t of a falling object is given by s(t) = −5t2 + v0t + s0 where s is in meters, t is in seconds, v0 is the object's initial velocity in meters...

I need help plugging the right information in. Thanks.

Suppose G is the function defined by G(x) = 7x + 4. Find a number r such that (r, 46) is on the graph of G.

Suppose F is the function defined by F(x) = x2 + 7. Find a number t such that (2, t) is on the graph of F. T=

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