What does d(4) mean? What is it?

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  1. It could be the value of a function
    d(x) when d=4. It could also indicate a section from a legal document, such as the Federal Register, or the Internal Revenue wealth category 401(k), or a type of nontaxable charity like 501(c). It could be lots of things. It could be a line from a Federal Tax form. We'd need to know the context.

  2. It has something to do with functions. We are working on this in a 9th grade ACC Math class

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