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What is the value of  g(−3) when  g(x)=2x−2 ?

 Oct 10, 2017

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g(x)  =  2x - 2

 

To find  g(-3) , replace every " x " with " -3 " and simplify.

 

g(-3)  =  2(-3) - 2

g(-3)  =  -6 - 2

g(-3)  =  -8

 Oct 10, 2017
 #1
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Best Answer

g(x)  =  2x - 2

 

To find  g(-3) , replace every " x " with " -3 " and simplify.

 

g(-3)  =  2(-3) - 2

g(-3)  =  -6 - 2

g(-3)  =  -8

hectictar Oct 10, 2017

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