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a) i) For f(4) we have to find f(x) at x=4. f(x) is the blue graph with (4,2) on it. At x=4 , f(x)= 2. So f(4)=2

ii) For g(0) we have to find g(x) at x=0. g(x) is the green graph with (0,-6) on it. At x=0 , g(x)= -6 . So g(0)=-6

iii) For g(5) we have to find g(x) at x=5. g(x) is the green graph with (5,-1) on it. At x=5 , g(x)= -1 . So g(5)=-1

Answer(a): **f(4)=2 , g(0)=-6 , g(5)=-1**

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b) Given f(x)=-2 so we draw y=-2 line and check where it cuts f(x).

It cuts at (0,...

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