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    Unhappy find the composition of f & g.

    For f(x)=3x^4-2x^2
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    g(x)=2/(x)^1/2 ,x=0

    Find the composition of f and g.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bc080402276 View Post
    For f(x)=3x^4-2x^2
    &
    g(x)=2/(x)^1/2 ,x=0

    Find the composition of f and g.
    First off, x\neq0 must be true in defining our g(x)

    Now \left(f\circ g\right)(x)=f\left(g\left(x\right)\right)=3(g(x))^  4-2(g(x))^2=\dots

    Can you continue?
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    Smile thanks

    yes now i can continue it
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    Can you complete it

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris L T521 View Post
    First off, x\neq0 must be true in defining our g(x)

    Now \left(f\circ g\right)(x)=f\left(g\left(x\right)\right)=3(g(x))^  4-2(g(x))^2=\dots

    Can you continue?

    Can you complete it
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