# Given: f(x) = 2+ sqrt(-3x+1), q(x) = (5x)/(x+2), and m(x) = abs(7 - x^2) + x, how do you find m(-3)?

Again, the equations for $f \left(x\right)$ and $q \left(x\right)$ are irrelevant.
Given $m \left(x\right) = \left\mid 7 - {x}^{2} \right\mid + x$
$m \left(\textcolor{red}{- 3}\right) = \left\mid 7 - {\left(\textcolor{red}{- 3}\right)}^{2} \right\mid + \left(\textcolor{red}{- 3}\right)$
$= \left\mid - 2 \right\mid - 3$
$= - 1$