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# If f of x equals 10 plus x squared then f of x and h equals?

If f(x)=x2+10, then f(x+h)=?

f(x+h)=(x+h)2+10 (since f(x)=x2+10, substitute the x in x2 to (x+h)2)=(x+h)(x+h)+10 (then multiply (x+h) by (x+h) by doing the FOIL method)=x2+xh+xh+h2+10 (First: x*x, Outside: x*h, Inside: h*x, Last: h*h)=x2+2xh+h2+10 (combine like terms (xh+xh=2xh))

So if f(x)=x2+10, then f(x+h)=x2+2xh+h2+10

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