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You are given a graph of f(x) and g(x). How would you find g(f(2))??????

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    Since it is the g(f(2)), wouldn't you find the x-value 2 on the f(x) graph and use the y-value as the x on the g(x) graph?

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    Why? Im sort of confused.... Ill post a picture of the graph...

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    @Study23 , you are right :) I made a mistake

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    This should be the right way : See, in f(x) graph, for x = 2, find the y -value After that the y -value you get is your x of the g(x) graph Now the y-value for the corresponding x- value you you found above is your answer :)

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    That makes sense. Thanks for clarifying!

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    Sorry for confusing earlier :)

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