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OpenStudy (anonymous):

let h(x)=4x^2-5x+1, k(x)=x, and m(x)=7 for all x. compute h[k(x)]

OpenStudy (anonymous):

h[k(x)]=h(x), as k(x)=x

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Is part of this problem missing?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

no it is all there

OpenStudy (anonymous):

This is what they gave me.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Then, the answer is what I wrote earlier.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

but H(x)=4x^2-5x+1 what about this part?

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