How do you evaluate h(-10) given h(n)=n+4?

Feb 12, 2017

$h \left(- 10\right) = - 6$

Explanation:

Given equation is $h \left(n\right) = n + 4$

This means that for whatever of $n$ substituted ($h \left(n\right)$), $n$ must be replaced as such.

For example, if we say $n = m$, then we'll write that $h \left(m\right) = m + 4$ where $m + 4 \in \mathbb{R}$

As such, now we will substitute $n = - 10$, so $h \left(- 10\right) = - 10 + 4$

The rest is up to OP.