Find functions f and g such that f (g) = H if H (x) = 1/(x + 1).

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- January 20th 2007, 06:53 AMsymmetryFind Composite Function Components
Find functions f and g such that f (g) = H if H (x) = 1/(x + 1).

- January 20th 2007, 10:21 AMCaptainBlack
- January 20th 2007, 01:53 PMsymmetryok
Very impressive, Ron.

Tell me, is finding composite function components required in calculus? - January 20th 2007, 02:42 PMCaptainBlack
I don't know I have never followed the US maths course sequence (we

don't/didn't do things that way in the UK). As far as I recall we learned

stuff as it was needed.

Some knowledge of composite functions is needed for the chain rule, but

as far as I recall a formal treatment of composite functions was not needed

in the courses I pursued until the transition to university real analysis (1st

year undergrad maths here).

Maybe one of our US helpers will be able to answer your question better.

RonL

RonL - January 21st 2007, 05:46 AMsymmetryok
So, you are from the UK? Interesting.

Thanks!