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What is the domain of the composite function G(F(x))?

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  1. anonymous
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    range of F(x)

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    uqqh .

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    If you want a numerical answer it would be x>= 4

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    i thouqht it was x<4

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    OOPS you are correct you need what is under the radical sign to be positive... I looked at it wrong.

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    OOPS x <= 4 it can be 4 because you CAN take the square root of 0

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    Complete the inverse of F(x) below. If necessary, use the slash mark ( / ) for the division symbol. Do not include decimals or "F-1(y) =" in your answer. F(x) = 3x - 2 F-1(y) = _________

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    To find the inverse.. you switch the x's for the y's and the y's for the x's F(x) can be thought of as Y so y = 3x - 2 is the original equation. x = 3y - 2 I switched the x's and the y's NOW SOLVE FOR Y x = 3y - 2 x + 2 = 3y x + 2 ----- = y 3

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    so i would exactly write It like this

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    F^-1(y) = x + 2 ----- 3

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    im qetinq confused

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    how so

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