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    graphing a couple functions

    I must find the value of f(g(0)) and I am getting 7, but this is incorrect. Help please?
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    Evaluate the inside function first: g(0) = 1

    That answer becomes the input for f(x)

    I'm not sure how you got 7; the highest value of a function is 6.
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    Quote Originally Posted by md56 View Post
    I must find the value of f(g(0)) and I am getting 7, but this is incorrect. Help please?
    https://webwork.uncc.edu/webwork2_co...-srw208023.png
    First find the inside function value, which is just g(0)=1 Therefore f(g(0))=f(1)=-1
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