f(x)=5x^2-3x+7, and f(g(x))=40-11x^2-8x^4. How do I find the sum of all possible coefficients of g(x)?
Should I let x^2 be a new variable? Where do I start?
it's a piece-wise function, I tried my best to show that, sorry.
limit as x approaches 5 from the right side of the function f(x)=[x]. The -< signifies less greater or equal to. The question says the function is [x] but the brackets aren't like fully formed. more like 2 capital L's around the x. is there some significance to that?
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