Calculate $\displaystyle h(5)$ when you know that $\displaystyle h(x+2)=x^2+3x+1$ is this even possible? It's in my text book. Thanks!
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$\displaystyle h(5)=h(3+2)=3^2+3 \times 3 + 1$
Originally Posted by a tutor $\displaystyle h(5)=h(3+2)=3^2+3 \times 3 + 1$ Well now I feel stupid.
I too feel stupid struggling with the stuff I'm trying to learn.
Originally Posted by Paze Well now I feel stupid. Which option is stupid: Not posting the question or posting it? I vote for not posting. -Dan
Originally Posted by topsquark Which option is stupid: Not posting the question or posting it? I vote for not posting. -Dan I suppose you are right, Dan. I did learn from it and that's all that matters.
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