What does y f x

Functions Basic question: what is f (x)? exact meaning

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Hi,

I can count on it but I didn't understand it.

Especially when people talk like in this example.

Instead of f (x), G = E (x) -K (x) = G (x) is used here.

What is that supposed to tell me about x (x)?

Value in the X axis is probably less.

It's about time to understand what I'm calculating.

Here is the link for example:
http://dropmocks.com/mQHsT
f (x) is the general substitute for a function that is not specified in more detail.
With E (x) it should be stated that it is a yield function that is not specified in more detail.
G (x) stands for profit and K (x) for the cost function.

Since the meaning of this banal nomenclature is not already clear, I would strongly recommend considering a bridging course in math.
Hi,

I can count on it but I didn't understand it.

Especially when people talk like in this example.

Instead of f (x), G = E (x) -K (x) = G (x) is used here.

What is that supposed to tell me about x (x)?

Value in the X axis is probably less.

It's about time to understand what I'm calculating.

Here is the link for example:
DropMocks

Hi Cadillac,

f (x) represents the function's dependence on x.

In concrete terms: y = f (x) means that the value y depends on the defined function f at the point x. The concrete point x is arbitrary and represents nothing more than a point on the abscissa.

Greetings.