MATH SOLVE

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# Let f(x)=6/−2+2e^−0.3x . What is f(−4) ?DID THE TESTANSWER: 1.3

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Answer:[tex]f(-4)=1.3[/tex]Step-by-step explanation:we have[tex]f(x)=\frac{6}{-2+2e^{-0.3x}}[/tex]we know thatf(-4) is the value of the function for x=-4substitute x=-4 in the function[tex]f(-4)=\frac{6}{-2+2e^{-0.3(-4)}}[/tex][tex]f(-4)=\frac{6}{-2+2e^{1.2}}[/tex][tex]f(-4)=1.3[/tex]