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Let f(x) = x – 6 and g(x) = x^2 – x + 4.
Find g(f(x)).



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hartnn
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to get g(f(x))
just replace 'x' in g(x) by f(x) = x6
what u get ?

hba
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g(f(x)=g(x6)=
Jusy plug in x6 in place of x in x^2 – x + 4.

Loujoelou
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(x6)^2(x6)+4 and I'd solve this to get my answer?

hartnn
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yep! just simplify it....

hba
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Yes.

Loujoelou
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k thx

hba
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You are intelligento boy :)

hartnn
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is it ?

Loujoelou
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it's x^213x+46 and thx for helping :)

hba
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Welcome :)

hartnn
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oh, yes....you are intelligent!

uri
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Give a medal to hartnn,Oh nvm i will give 3:

hartnn
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thanks uri! but i am not here for medals.... he understood, thats my medal :)

uri
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