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Given f(x) = \(-3x^2+4x+1\), evaluate f(2).

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Question:

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−3

explanation

Substitute 2 for x.

f(2) = \(-3(2)^2+4(2)+1\)

Exponent first: \(2^2 = 4\)

\(f(2) = −3(4) + 4(2) + 1\)

Multiply: \(−3(4) = −12\) and \(4(2) = 8\)

\(f(2) = −12+ 8 + 1\)

Simplify.

\(f(2) = −3\)

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