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Given the graphs of f and g below and h(c), determine the value of h(2) if f(2) = 10. If needed, you can drag the graph to view more values of either function.
The value of h(2) = -2

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Okay, so we have the graphs of these functions F and G. So G is the red function, the red graph and F. Is this blue graph And we define this function H two. B. F over G. And we want to find a church of two. So we want to find HF two. So all we need to do is plug in X equals two. So if H is equal if X is equal to two H of two is f of two over G F two. So now our goal is to find F of two and G F two and we’re just going to read this from the graph. So we need to look at X equals two. This is the X axis. So…

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You are watching: SOLVED: Given the graphs of f and g below and h(c), determine the value of h(2) if f(2) = 10. If needed, you can drag the graph to view more values of either function. The value of h(2) = -2. Info created by GBee English Center selection and synthesis along with other related topics.