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    Find f(f(x))

    If f(x) = x/(x - 1), find f(f(x)).
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    Quote Originally Posted by blueridge View Post
    If f(x) = x/(x - 1), find f(f(x)).
    \frac{\frac{x}{x-1}}{\frac{x}{x-1} - 1} = x
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    Curious...

    Are composite functions taught in calculus 1 and 2?
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    Quote Originally Posted by blueridge View Post
    Are composite functions taught in calculus 1 and 2?
    Composite functions taught in secondary school algebra.
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    tell me...

    So, there is nothing similar to composite functions in the calculus sequence?
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    Quote Originally Posted by blueridge View Post
    So, there is nothing similar to composite functions in the calculus sequence?
    You do composite functions in Calculus, but you are expected to know them already from High School.
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