The first is a definition check.
By Definition, the answer is '2x-3'. There are no calculations required. You tell me why.
1) Simplify function
g(g−1(2x−3))
2)
State the intervals on which the following function is negative: function
f(x)= (1-x)^3(1+x)
x^6(-1-2x)
Express your answers using interval notation. For an interval (ab) , simply write (a,b). For in interval (−b) or (a)
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2)
State the intervals on which the following function is negative: function
f(x)= (1-x)^3(1+x)
x^6(-1-2x)
You should first study the sign of , of , of and of then you'll be able to conclude using the rules concerning the quotient and the product of real numbers.