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Can somone help me Please help Let f(x)=2x+2,g(x)=x^2 ,and h(x)=3/x-2. State the domain od the operation. h(g(x))

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    Composition of Functions

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    is this the same one i just send in?

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    In the function h where there is an x replace it with the function g(x)

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    3/(x^2)-2

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    any number that makes the denominator zero will be outside of our domain

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    If we find what makes our denominator x=+-sqrt(2)

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    (infinity,-2)U(-2,2)U(2, infinity) Open circles at -2 and 2

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