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Given that the graphs of y=h(x) and y=j(x) intersect at (2,2), (4,6), (6,12), and (8,12), there is one point where the graphs of y=h(2x) and y=2j(x) must intersect. What is the sum of the coordinates of that point?

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For your question, try writing out explicitly what h(2), h(4), h(6), h(8), j(2), j(4), j(6), j(8) are. Then, from your list, work out which of your points satisfies h(2x) = 2j(x). Can you do this?

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