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Let g(x) = 4x - 5 Solve for g(x) when x = 2 Solve for x when g(x)= 19
Chapter 8.7 continued Today objectives!! Be able to express a linear equation in function notation when given two points.
(0,-3)(3,8)f(0)= 9, f(2)= 3
g(4)= 4, g(0)= 2h(0)= -5, h(3)=0
Steps we take to writing a linear equation in function notation
Practice on your own 1.) f(2)=9, f(0)= 222.) g(0)= 17, g(4) = 0 3.) h(0)= 8, h(9)= -54.) f(-3)= 0, f(0) = -1
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