The figure below shows the graph of y = r(x). If the function s(x) is defined by s(x) = r(3x) – 2, what is the value of s(2)?

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Given the graph of r(x) and s(x)=r(3x)-2, what is the value of s(2).

You did not provide the graph or a link, but I can tell you how to find the answer.

s(2)=r(6)-2, so find the value of r(6) on the graph, and subtract 2 from that value.

** `s(2)=r(3*2)-2` **

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