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Unformatted text preview: Algebra2 Name: Chapter 2 & 7 Review Block: READ EACH QUESTION CAREFULLY AND REMEMBER TO SHOW ALL YOUR WORK! For questions 1 — 3, letf(x) = 2x+l . W I ’ ' i amiawa ii“ 
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