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can you explain to me very explicitly how to do this problem and others on how to find the domain of f and g with f(x)=3x^2+2 and g(x)=2x thanks

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Do you mean f of g as in f(g(x))?
yea I think
or each function separately?

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I'm not sure what you are specifically asking...?
f(g(x))
okay, so do you know what f(g(x)) = ?
No, but similar, think of f(g(x) as: anytime there is an "x" in the function f(x), replace the x with g(x), which is 2x
so its really: f(g(x) = 3(g(x))^2 + 2
ohh ok
which is specifically: f(g(x)) = 3(2x)^2 +2
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awesome, let me know if you need more help.
ok ill post something maybe

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