## Trending News

Promoted

### 3 Answers

Relevance

- Michael ELv 711 months agoFavorite Answer
2 is not equal to 8 and not equal to 10, therefore it falls under the third case.

- Login to reply the answers

- Anonymous11 months ago
If you can't even understand this much, then you really need to consider if studying math is meant for you.

It is the third case for f(2). Because the first 2 cases have conditions where t can not be 2.

- Login to reply the answers

Still have questions? Get your answers by asking now.