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    Re: g(f(x)) - (is my working correct?)

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    No. Your conditions for the composed functions have f, but they should still have x. Consider the intervals (-\infty, -1), (-1,0), (0,\infty) and compose the functions within these intervals (i.e. consider their values here).
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