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Solved: Express the relationship f(x) is (g(x)) using a

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Problem 48E

Express the relationship f(x) is ?(g(x)) using a picture. Show the graphs of the functions f(x) and Cg(x), as well as the constant k on the real axis.

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Lecture4 - CreatingFunctions Wednesday,September 21,205:59PM What is a function • A function is anabstraction over a chunk of computation • In other words… ○ Data goes in it gets processed new data comes out! • It's an abstraction because we can use it w/o worrying about how the computation works internally • Every function has 2 major parts: ○ Interface& implementation Foranexample,refertoESP.m fileinLectureScriptsfolder Foranexample,refertoESP.m fileinLectureScriptsfolder Creating a New Function Write variables in their own .m file function [ x ] = createFunction( a , b, c) % createFunction is used to …. % x = (a + b) .*

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Textbook: Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications
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Author: Kenneth Rosen
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