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    Hi,

    I've been having problems with this question on functions, and am hoping someone can help me to understand how to go about it.

    Let H be the function given by H(t)= -3. Evaluate H(x-3h) and H(x)-H(x-3).

    Thanks,
    Maddi
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    Quote Originally Posted by mld747 View Post
    Hi,

    I've been having problems with this question on functions, and am hoping someone can help me to understand how to go about it.

    Let H be the function given by H(t)= -3. Evaluate H(x-3h) and H(x)-H(x-3).

    Thanks,
    Maddi
    Since H(t)=-3 and the function does not depend on the variable, what do you think H(x-3h) will equal? If you can figure this out, then H(x)-H(x-3) should be a cinch to figure out.

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