**F X X 3**. Plug in these values into the first equation. If you follow these steps, it shouldn't be an issue (just rewrite the y in the second problem as f(x) and go from there). a.

First, to calculate f(x+h), simply replace any instance of 'x' with 'x+h' in the expression for f. If you follow these steps, it shouldn't be an issue (just rewrite the y in the second problem as f(x) and go from there). a. Plug in these values into the first equation.

## First, to calculate f(x+h), simply replace any instance of 'x' with 'x+h' in the expression for f.

Plug in these values into the first equation. If you follow these steps, it shouldn't be an issue (just rewrite the y in the second problem as f(x) and go from there). a.

### Plug in these values into the first equation.

If you follow these steps, it shouldn't be an issue (just rewrite the y in the second problem as f(x) and go from there). a.

If you follow these steps, it shouldn't be an issue (just rewrite the y in the second problem as f(x) and go from there). a.