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The function f satisfies

f(sqrt(x+1)
for all x>=-1, x isn't equal to 0. Find f(2).

 Jan 28, 2019
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Someone please help???

 Jan 29, 2019
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The function f satisfies

f(sqrt(x+1)
for all x>=-1, x isn't equal to 0. Find f(2).

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This notation looks odd to me. There is a bracket messing but even with that it does not make a lot of sense to me.

Could you check it please?

All I can say is that  if  you want f(sqrt(x+1))  and sqrt(x+1)=2 then

 

\(\sqrt{x+1}=2\\ x+1=4\\ x=3\)

 

I cannot find f(2) becasue the function is not defined. There are no equal signs.

 Jan 29, 2019

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