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Section 3.1 Definition of a Function Page 1 of 18 Example 1: 2 1 Evaluate the function ( ) 2 3 4 at the numbers 2, ,2, and 2. 2 f x x x = + Solution to Example 1:

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Section 3.1 Definition of a Function Page 2 of 18 Example 2: 1 If ( ) , evaluate (2), ( 2), ( ), and ( 1). 1 x g x g g g a g a x = + + Solution to Example 2:
Section 3.1 Definition of a Function Page 3 of 18 Example 3: 2 Evaluate the following function at 2,1, and 2. 1 if 2 ( ) 3 5 if 2 x x f x x x < = + Solution to Example 3: Example 4:

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Section 3.1 Definition of a Function Page 4 of 18 Solution to Example 4: Example 5: Solution to Example 5:
Section 3.1 Definition of a Function Page 5 of 18 Example 6: Solution to Example 6:

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Section 3.1 Definition of a Function Page 7 of 18 Example 8: Solution to Example 8:

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Section 3.1 Definition of a Function Page 8 of 18 Domain of a Function
Section 3.1 Domain of a Function Page 9 of 18 Example 1: 2 2 Find the domain of the function ( ) .

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