JackJones
If f(x) = (1/3)x − 2 and g(x) = −2x − 3, find (f • g)(6)
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tishara429
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f 456982
JackJones
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that cant be right
tishara429
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it is right
mathslover
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2(-2x-5) ?
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-4x-10 ?
kashbmaryd
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I'm not quite sure if I understand the problem. I see the part about fx and the part about gx, but they are two different problems. Where do you connect f and g to get fg6?
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Also, is x supposed to equal 6 on both of them?
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did u mean f(g(x)) ?
JackJones
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no
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@JackJones i dont think that there is any thing meaning (f.g)6 or (f.g)x ..
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if that is o...than we shall put x = 6
\(\huge\frac{4}{3}*(-15)\)
\(\huge\frac{-20}{1}\)
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\[\huge{\color{violetred}{-20}}\]
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is that correct answer ?
JackJones
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i guess
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hope