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Let p(x) = x^(2), q(x) = 2x^(3)+ 1, and r(x) = 7x^(4) - 5x^(3) - 6x - 2. Find p(q(x)) + r(x).

 Jun 1, 2021
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Let p(x) = x^(2), q(x) = 2x^(3)+ 1, and r(x) = 7x^(4) - 5x^(3) - 6x - 2. Find p(q(x)) + r(x).

 

\( p(x) = x^2, \quad q(x) = 2x^3+ 1,\quad and \quad r(x) = 7x^4 - 5x^3- 6x - 2. \\Find \qquad p(q(x)) + r(x).\\ \\~\\ p(q(x)) + r(x)=(2x^3+ 1)^2\quad +7x^4 - 5x^3- 6x - 2\)

 

 

You can finish it.

 Jun 2, 2021

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