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Find g(f(x)) for f(x) = -3x – 6 and G(x)=(-1/2)x+3

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Simplify this (-1/2)(-3x-6)+3
Multiply (-3x-6) and (-1/2x+3).
Is \[G(x) = \int\limits g(x) dx\]

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radh thats not right and there is no need for integrals here...
its just simple substitution
How is it not right? you multiply g(x) * f(x)..?
3/2x+6 ?
you dont multiply you substitue f(x) into g(x)
im saying is this the answer?
Ah, I understand. Sorry.
no the answer is 3/2x-15
oh ok.. thanks!
What about : Find f(g(x)) for f(x) = -3x – 6 and g(x)=-1/2x+3
3/2x+6?
Oh wow im so sorry i switched then up
3/2x+6 is the right answer to the first one and 3/2x-15 is the answer to the second one
i see!
I suppose the thing is for all Real values of x. gf(x) = (-1/2)(-3x – 6)+3 gf(x) = 3/2 x + 6
thanksss
Sorry if I confuse you because I thought G'(x) = g(x) --> saw that in a textbook when I visit Singapore

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