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Asked Oct 23, 2019
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Let f(x) be the function 6x^2−12x+6. Then the quotient
(f(1+h)-f(1))/h can be simplified to ah+b for:
a=

b=

 
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Step 1

Consider the given function,

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f(x)=6x2 -12x +6

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Step 2

Substitute the value of f(x) as per the given expression (f(1...

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f(x)= 6x2 -12x +6 f(1+h)-f(1) 6(1+h) -12(1+h)+6-(6-1-12-1+6) h 6(1 h2h-12 -12h+6-(0) h 6h2 12h6 - 6-12h h 6h2 = 6h

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