# Let g(y)=-3y-4. Find the following value. g(y+p) g(y+p)=?

Let $g\left(y\right)=-3y-4$. Find the following value.
$g\left(y+p\right)\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}g\left(y+p\right)=?$
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If $g\left(y\right)=-3y-4$, then we have $g\left(y+p\right)=-3\left(y+p\right)-4=-3y-3p-4.$
Note: We simply have to replace y by y+p to arrive at the value of g(y+p)