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Let and , then , so:
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The question is:
Evaluate and simplify the expression
[ f(x+h)-f(x) ] / h ; h =/= 0
for f(x) = 1/(x+3).
I know how to plug in the function into the expression...
but for some reason I don't remember where to go from there.
How would you simplify it?
Sorry, maybe I didn't specify, but I just need to know how to algebraically simplify the expression.
I think you used calculus in there somewhere...
hahaha I have no idea what that says.
This might sound stupid, but I just need to know how to simplify the fractions once you plug in f(x) into the expression.
I'm having this massive brain fart the night before the test hahaha..