Hello everyone. I need help with this composition question. I have f(x)=ln(x+2) and it's inverse g(x)=e^x-2. I need to prove that gof(x)=x and fog(y)=y, and I can't figure it out

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Hello everyone. I need help with this composition question. I have f(x)=ln(x+2) and it's inverse g(x)=e^x-2. I need to prove that gof(x)=x and fog(y)=y, and I can't figure it out

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no I actually don't though...anyone?

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I solved the problem, when dealing with an inverse the function is g(y), instead of g(x),

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