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                         f(2x)=[f(x)]^2

 

Given the equation above, if f(1)=3, what is f(2) ?

 Dec 10, 2015

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         f(2x)=[f(x)]^2

 

Given the equation above, if f(1)=3, what is f(2) ?

 

\(f(2x)=[f(x)]^2\\~\\ f(1)=3\\~\\ f(2*1)=[f(1)]^2\\~\\ f(2)=[f(1)]^2\\~\\ f(2)=[3]^2\\~\\ f(2)=9\)

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 Dec 11, 2015
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This is kind of trickyy. :/

 Dec 10, 2015
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:(

 Dec 10, 2015
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Do you have any other questions? I'll try my best!

 Dec 10, 2015
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i am doing tests right now if i have any question i will contact with you :)

 Dec 10, 2015
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Best Answer

         f(2x)=[f(x)]^2

 

Given the equation above, if f(1)=3, what is f(2) ?

 

\(f(2x)=[f(x)]^2\\~\\ f(1)=3\\~\\ f(2*1)=[f(1)]^2\\~\\ f(2)=[f(1)]^2\\~\\ f(2)=[3]^2\\~\\ f(2)=9\)

Melody Dec 11, 2015

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