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For any integer x, [x] is defined by the equation [x] = x + 1. which of the following is equal to

A. 0
B. 2
C. -2x-
D. 2x
E. 2x-

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\(([x])^2=(x+1)^2\)
\([x^2]=x^2+1\)

\(([x])^2-[x^2]=x^2+2x+1-x^2-1=2x\)
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E. 2x-

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