heres the problem im really stuck on it... it says For Each function, (a) find f(0), (b) solve f(x)=0 first problem f(x)=3x - 12 can someone explain the solve f(x) = 0 part...???
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Originally Posted by trippym heres the problem im really stuck on it... it says For Each function, (a) find f(0), (b) solve f(x)=0 first problem f(x)=3x - 12 can someone explain the solve f(x) = 0 part...??? Solve f(x)=0, means find x such that f(x)=3x-12=0. so: 3x-12=0 adding 12 to each side gives: 3x-12+12=12, or: 3x=12, so x=4 is the solution of f(x)=3x-12=0. RonL
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