f(x)= x^2+1 g(x)=1/(x-3) f(g(x)) so (1/(x-3))^2 +1 and from there i am lost on this problem. thanks
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Originally Posted by valvan f(x)= x^2+1 g(x)=1/(x-3) f(g(x)) so (1/(x-3))^2 +1 and from there i am lost on this problem. thanks Your working out is correct. You also don't really need to go any further, unless you are asked to write it down in a different way... . This is about as far as you can go, but like I said, what you had so far is also correct.
ok thanks, just got confused over how far i should go, this clears it up for me.
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