# SOLUTION: If the the function is C(g)= 3.03 (g) What is C(2)? What is C(a)? How do you solve this?

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 Question 612203: If the the function is C(g)= 3.03 (g) What is C(2)? What is C(a)? How do you solve this?Answer by bucky(2189)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!All these two problems are telling you to do is to replace the variable in the function with the quantity in the parentheses. . So for C(2) just replace g with 2. . Start with C(g) = 3.03(g) . For the first problem replace every g with 2. When you do that you get the equation: . C(2) = 3.03(2) . Multiply out the right side by multiplying 3.03 times 2 and the result is: . C(2) = 6.06 .... that's the first answer. . For the second problem, follow the same process, but replace every g with "a" . Again start with C(g) = 3.03(g) . Replace every g with a to get: . C(a) = 3.03(a) . And that's the answer to the second problem you were given. . Pretty easy once you understand what the problem is asking you to do. . Hope this helps.