8.7: Use Radicals in FunctionsSolve.46.Given the function, f(x)=√2x−4, find:a.f(0)=4b.f(2)=6c.f(4)=8

47.Given the function, f(x)=3√x2+4, find:

48.Find the domain:f(x)=√1−x=x≤149.Find the domain: f(x)=√x5=x≥050.Graph.Copyright © 2018 by Thomas Edison State University. All rights reserved.

c.y=√x+3=8.8: Use the Complex Number SystemSimplify and write in terms of i.

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