I have two functions f(x)= and g(x)= I am asked to write h(x) = (f o g)(x). I thought this should be Is this correct? How can we solve this? And the book is asking for a quadratic function, how can this be done? Thanks!
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Originally Posted by andres I have two functions f(x)= and g(x)= I am asked to write h(x) = (f o g)(x). I thought this should be Is this correct? How can we solve this? And the book is asking for a quadratic function, how can this be done? Thanks! as you said Here it's important to notice that Using the laws of exponents and logs this simplifies to:
Thank you so much. I just have a last question, the book is asking for a quadratic function . In this case, will be considered a quadratic function?
Yes, x^2 is a quadratic function, it just happens that b = c = 0. It's unsual though
Thank you again!
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