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6-66.

Interpret each of the following effects on the function, $f(x)$. For example, $f(x + 2)$ indicates to “calculate the output for the input that is $2$ greater than $x$.”

1. $f(6w)$

Calculate the output for the input that is $6$ times greater than $w$.

2. $g(h − 2)$

Follow the example provided in the problem.

3. $4f(a) + 10$

There are two operations at work here. Consider the order they should be done.

$4$ times the output from the input of $a$, increased by $10$.