Find functions f and g so that (fog)(x)=2/(6x+1) (6x+1) is all square rooted. I tried to enter alt251 for the square root symbol, but it didn't work. I am not sure what the question is asking and how to start the problem...
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Originally Posted by RenSully Find functions f and g so that (fog)(x)=2/(6x+1) (6x+1) is all square rooted. I tried to enter alt251 for the square root symbol, but it didn't work. I am not sure what the question is asking and how to start the problem... You can learn to use LaTex The code [tex]f \circ g(x) = \frac{2}{{\sqrt {6x + 1} }}[/tex] gives nice output: . Let and .
what are the steps to get there? I understand (fog)(x) is f(g(x)). I can't find a similar example.
Originally Posted by RenSully what are the steps to get there? I understand (fog)(x) is f(g(x)). I can't find a similar example. Actually there are no steps. It is a matter of understanding how functions work. It is a matter of practice.
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