I was doing some math work and I got stuck on a few questions...
If G(X) = 2x + 3Find a value of X where G(X) does not exist.x-4
Does this mean make everything = 0?
Given f(x) = x^2 find in smplest form
B. F(2+h)-f(2)h
#1. Yeah I figured as much
#2.
I got to the point, and I'm not sure if I'm doing functions right. BUt the answer supposedly is 4+h
Now assuming I just square the two functions.
I get, not sure if my math is right, but I get
4+4h+h^2 - 4
hh^2 + 4h
hNot too sure where I progress from there to get 4 + h. Fast answers, though, lots of appreciation for you guys
I hate to try to rush you guys, bt I have a test tommorow, and I would much prefer being able to do that particular problem before taking it Sorry for the double post!
Ok I just realized, the h is divided from both h^2 and 4h, thus leaving H + 4, am I right?