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###### Previous ProblemProblem ListNext Problem(6 points) Let f(x) = 4 Ix + 18x2 . Calculate the following values: fla) f(a + h) = fla +h) fka) for h F0Note: You can eam partial credit on this problem:Preview My AnswersSubmit AnswersYou have attempted this problem times You have attempts remalningEmail InstructorMacBook A

Previous Problem Problem List Next Problem (6 points) Let f(x) = 4 Ix + 18x2 . Calculate the following values: fla) f(a + h) = fla +h) fka) for h F0 Note: You can eam partial credit on this problem: Preview My Answers Submit Answers You have attempted this problem times You have attempts remalning Email Instructor MacBook A

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