1. H function given by H(t)= -1 Find a) H(0); b) H(x+h), c) H(3t); d) H(t+2) - H(t) 2. Given the functions f(x)=3/x^2 - 4 and g(x)=x-2 Find a) f(x) -g(x) b) f(x)g(x) c) f(x)/g(x) Thanks a lots.
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Originally Posted by Trigon 1. H function given by H(t)= -1 Find a) H(0); b) H(x+h), c) H(3t); d) H(t+2) - H(t) 2. Given the functions f(x)=3/x^2 - 4 and g(x)=x-2 Find a) f(x) -g(x) b) f(x)g(x) c) f(x)/g(x) Thanks a lots. What have you tried? Where are you stuck?
Originally Posted by mr fantastic What have you tried? Where are you stuck? Q 1. I have no idea at all. I am guessing H(0)= -1 but why I do not know? Q 2. I tried a/b-c/d= ad-bc/ad etc but nothing more.
Originally Posted by Trigon Q 1. I have no idea at all. I am guessing H(0)= -1 but why I do not know? Q 2. I tried a/b-c/d= ad-bc/ad etc but nothing more. Q1. H(t) is a constant function. It's equal to -1 for all values of t. Q2. Substitute the given rules for f(x) and g(x) into each expression. Simplify where appropriate.
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