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Question: Given that f(x)=x^2. F(2x-1)=g(2x-5). Prove that g(x)=x^2+8x+16. ?

Given: f(x) = x^2

And: f(2x-1) = g(2x-5)

From the given, g(2x-5) = (2x-1)^2

g(2x-5) = {(2x-5) + 4)}^2 = (2x-5)^2 + 8(2x-5) + 16

i.e. g(u) = u^2 + 8u + 16

or, g(x) = x^2 + 8x + 16

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