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the graph of a function must pass the _____ line test horizontal or vertical
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If h(x) = 5 for the function h(x) = 2x + 1, then x equals 2. h(2) = 2(2) + 1 = 5. The answer is 2.
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Be careful with these questions. When they ask you for the value of x, they are not asking you for the value of the function. The function, in the equation, is equal to 5, however the x value is not. Saying that h(5) = 11 is not the same thing as h(x) = 5.
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Thanks for reminding me. I sometimes overlook this kind of things.
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