Please help, Finding f o g and g o f ?

Hello all, I need the answer to the following equation, I'd very much appreciate it!

find A)f o g and b) g o f given F(x) = square root of (x+4) and g(x) = x^2 - 4

if you could give me the answer and briefly go over the steps in finding the equation, i'd be glad! (Talking)

Re: Please help, Finding f o g and g o f ?

Swishh

do you understand what fog and gof means....it is easy...just replace in the place of x the other function

ie. gof(x): get g(x) as function and instead of x replace (substitute) the whole f(x) as it is......same for fog revise the chaper of the composite functions pls.

MINOAS

Re: Please help, Finding f o g and g o f ?

If, for example, and then fog(x)= f(x^3+ 2x)= 3(x^3+ 2x)^2- (x^3+ 2x)+ 6[/tex] and .

Re: Please help, Finding f o g and g o f ?

bump. are both f o g and g o f = to x?

Re: Please help, Finding f o g and g o f ?

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**swishh** are both f o g and g o f = to x?

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**Plato** You must realize that

is this for f o g or g o f?

is the answer for f o g and g o f both x, or is it absolute value of x?

Re: Please help, Finding f o g and g o f ?

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**swishh** is this for f o g or g o f?

is the answer for f o g and g o f both x, or is it absolute value of x?

You answer your own question by looking at two examples: