Break each example down into two parts. What is going on in the first one? You have the cotangent of something and the square-root of something. That's all you need.
Break each example down into two parts. What is going on in the first one? You have the cotangent of something and the square-root of something. That's all you need.
for the first one i tried F(x) = cot(√x) f(x) =
1 g(x) =
2
I think of it in terms of inner and outer functions. The inner one should be g(x) if you are supposed to write f(g(x)). You are plugging g(x) into f(x).