# Given: f(x) = 2+ sqrt(-3x+1), q(x) = (5x)/(x+2), and m(x) = abs(7 - x^2) + x, how do you find q(10)?

Since you have a given of q(x) = $\frac{5 x}{x + 2}$ , the answer can be found by substituting 10 for x in the equation.
This would then be rewritten as $\frac{5 \cdot 10}{10 + 2}$
The top and bottom would be simplified next: $\frac{50}{12}$