Evaulate 2.1 - 2-1=6-r-r 2 16 f(x)=2 I x-3 I – 4(1,4 26 a...

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Evaluate 2.1 8. f(x)=3-4x a) f(x)=3-4(6)=3-24=-21 b) f(x)=3-4(-2)=3+8=11 c) f(x)=3-4(p)=3-4p d) f(x)=3-4(r+1)=3-4r+4=7-4r 10. f(x)=8-x-x 2 a) =8-(6)-(6) 2 =2-36=-34 b) 8-(-2)-(-2) 2 =8+2-4=6 c) 8-(p)-(p) 2 =8-p-p 2 d) 8-(r+1)-(r+1) 2 =8-r-1-r
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Unformatted text preview: 2-1=6-r-r 2 16. f (x)=2 I x-3 I – 4 (1,4) 26. a) f(x)=400+80x =400+80(5) =800 $750 is not enough to cover 5 hours of work. b) (0,400) c) 0 and 400 as 30. a) c(x)= x+2000 b) fg c)...
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This note was uploaded on 09/25/2011 for the course MATH MBA503 taught by Professor Farley during the Spring '11 term at Southern University at New Orleans .

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Evaulate 2.1 - 2-1=6-r-r 2 16 f(x)=2 I x-3 I – 4(1,4 26 a...

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