ok so the problem is this : Let f(x) = (2x+4)^4 Simplify -> f(x)-f(a) (x-a) Stated in words: f of x minus f of a, all divided by x minus a. so can anyone help me with this ASAP.
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Originally Posted by bhaskar2 ok so the problem is this : Let f(x) = (2x+4)^4 Simplify -> f(x)-f(a) (x-a) Stated in words: f of x minus f of a, all divided by x minus a. so can anyone help me with this ASAP. divide the last expression by
Originally Posted by bhaskar2 ok so the problem is this : Let f(x) = (2x+4)^4 Simplify -> f(x)-f(a) (x-a) Stated in words: f of x minus f of a, all divided by x minus a. so can anyone help me with this ASAP. by the difference of squares identity. by difference of squares again. So the whole thing is Cancel the and then simplify. EDIT: Beat to it!
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