Attachment 18302 how do you find (a) f · g (b) f/g (f over g) (c) f∘g (d)g∘f

It's for the problem above the bold lettering. Just above it.It has the 5 root and 3 root in it

Also I am stumped on how to find the domain and range for it as well

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- Jul 23rd 2010, 12:48 PMRosieLairdTrig functions
Attachment 18302 how do you find (a) f · g (b) f/g (f over g) (c) f∘g (d)g∘f

It's for the problem above the bold lettering. Just above it.It has the 5 root and 3 root in it

Also I am stumped on how to find the domain and range for it as well - Jul 23rd 2010, 01:28 PMMathelogician
To find (a) and (b), use the difinitions of cscx=1/sinx and tanx=sinx/cosx.

For (c) and (d) first clarify which f and g do you mean and then use definition of composition of functions (f∘g)(x)=f(g(x)) and subsituate g(x) instead of x in f. Similar for g∘f.

Domain and range for which ones? - Jul 28th 2010, 02:23 PMRosieLaird
the domain and range for all of them

- Jul 28th 2010, 04:09 PMeumyang

For (a), just multiply the two functions together:

For (b), divide the two functions together (which is the same as multiplying by the reciprocal):

For (c), in f(x), plug in g(x) for x:

For (d), in g(x), plug in f(x) for x:

I hope that you don't have to simplify these. (Worried)