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    Value of a function and domain

    (1) The function f(x) has the following values
    X=1,y=3
    X=2,y=6
    X=3,y=2
    X=4,y=7
    X=5,y=3
    The function g(x) is defined by g(x)=5f(x+2). Calculate g(1).

    (2) What is the domain for the function f(x)=1/(square root of (1-x))

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    Last edited by mr fantastic; March 23rd 2010 at 12:13 AM. Reason: Changed post title
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    10. Greater than 1.

    . . .what does that mean? I dunno. Show about as much work in the answer as you have shown in your attempt at one. Math HELP is a two way street.
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