Also, the graph of y = kx - 3 intersects the graph of y = x^2 + 8x at two distinct points for?
I set a slider on my CAS and subbed in the options until I found the values, but is there an algebraic method I should use?
Let g: R \ {-13/4 } -->R be another function with f[g(x)] = 3 / (4x + 13). Find the rule of g(x). How should I do this? D:
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The function f satisfies the functional equation f[f(x)] = x for the maximal domain of f. The rule for the function is?
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Also, the graph of y = kx - 3 intersects the graph of y = x^2 + 8x at two distinct points for?
I set a slider on my CAS and subbed in the options until I found the values, but is there an algebraic method I should use?