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Many things can be done in algebra, analytic geometry, and single-variable calculus by simply taking for granted that f(x) and y are simply synonyms. And this of course goes when other letters are masquerading as f, x, and y. Occasionally on graphs, an axis is labeled f(x) is fooled. Everyone knows that means y.
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