Given the function shown above, if f(x) = 2, which of the following expressions represents c?

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Cee We knew this problem the easy way or the

hard way Oh let's do it the easy way says

everyone ever The hard way would be to approach this

problem by finding a common denominator and then start adding

the two fraction together right away But here's the deal

See only shows up in one of the fractions so

we can just isolate that fraction on one side of

the equation Then get rid of everything that isn't wet

Yeah everything that is in the sea Okay Don't forget

that F of X equals two right here so we're

going to rewrite it to equals this and we're going

to move things around a little bit Subtract two from

this side add back See overexposed four on this side

Now these are two fractions we'd like to put together

so we're going to a factory in an X plus

two there And then Well it gets us come and

denominator there And then we've got C over expose for

is one minus two x minus four over exposed to

We're just multiplying out to there to the two exit

on the four Okay And then what do we have

Let's say we've got to see Overexpose four is negative

Two x minus three over X plus two Okay Now

to blast that X plus four out of there leaving

sweet sweet see behind What does that get us Well

let's say we got the quantity Negative two ex money

three times quantity expose for over exposed to And let's

get rid of the bottom parentheses there on the rewrite

and well it looks like that Well here's our answer

It's right there You see equals negative quantity to explosive

Ream him how it's done