# F(x+h)^n = (x+h)^n is there a proof or am i missing something? much obliged

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### 1 Answer

`F(x+h)^n=(x+h)^n`

If F(x) =x is the real function.

Then `F((x+h)^n)=(x+h)^n`

But

`F(x+h)^n!=(x+h)^n`

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`F(x+h)^n=(x+h)^n`

If F(x) =x is the real function.

Then `F((x+h)^n)=(x+h)^n`

But

`F(x+h)^n!=(x+h)^n`

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