, 12.11.2019 05:31, mariah9695

# G= -5r+13g=β5r+13g, equals, minus, 5, r, plus, 13 g=g=g, equals -2 hint #11 / 3 to find the output, \greend{g}gstart color #1fab54, g, end color #1fab54, we need to substitute \blued{3}3start color #11accd, 3, end color #11accd into the equation for \blued{r}rstart color #11accd, r, end color #11accd. hint #22 / 3 \begin{aligned} \greend{g}& =-5\blued{r}+13 \greend{g}& =-5\cdot\blued{3}+13 & =-15+13 & =\greend{-2} \end{aligned} g g β =β5r+13 =β5β3+13 =β15+13 =β2 β +get another hint (2/3) related content video 7 minutes 57 seconds7: 57 what is a function? video 59 seconds0: 59 worked example: evaluating functions from equation report a problem 2 of 4

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