If and a) Find x so that f(x) = h(x) b) Find a function g(x) so that f(g(x)) = h(x) can someone exaplin to me how to do this?
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Originally Posted by foreverbrokenpromises If and a) Find x so that f(x) = h(x) b) Find a function g(x) so that f(g(x)) = h(x) can someone exaplin to me how to do this? Part a) Let f(x) = h(x) = y. Now solve and simultaneously. Part b) Since f(g(x)) means substitute every x value in f(x) with function g(x), basically it wants you to solve this: You need to find a function g(x) in terms of x to make the LHS = RHS.
a) solve . you should be able to do this b) if then or
Originally Posted by Gusbob Part a) Let f(x) = h(x) = y. Now solve and simultaneously. Part b) Since f(g(x)) means substitute every x value in f(x) with function g(x), basically it wants you to solve this: You need to find a function g(x) in terms of x to make the LHS = RHS. for a) i got x = -1/2 or x =1 is that just the answer or is it just one of them?
They are both correct. There are two points where the curves intersect.
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