Hi, I'm working from "The Chemistry Maths Book" 2nd ed. by Erich Steiner. I have no idea what I'm mean to do in this question: If f(x)=2x-1 and g(x)=3x+1, express f(g) as a function of x. Any help is greatly appreciated
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Originally Posted by blackdragon190 Hi, I'm working from "The Chemistry Maths Book" 2nd ed. by Erich Steiner. I have no idea what I'm mean to do in this question: If f(x)=2x-1 and g(x)=3x+1, express f(g) as a function of x. Any help is greatly appreciated f(g) = 2g -1. Now substitute g = 3x + 1.
I got it, thanks for your help!
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