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Hi can someone PLEASE help me with this question? Number 16!? PLEASE I WILL GIVE YOU BEST ANSWER! RELALY NEED HELP! TEST TOMORROW!

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I suppose that means you are supposed to define f and g so that h is f composite g?
you have liberty to choose functions any f and g such that h(x)= f of g (x) say, for example if you have the function h = ax^n you can choose, f = ax and g = x^n so, what will be f and g for h = 2/ sqrt x ?

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f(x)=2/x g(x)=sqrt(x)
what do u mean @hartnn and how did you get that @Mertsj
you find f(g(x)) by substituting 'x' in f(x) by 'g(x)' so, what will u get when f(x)=2/x g(x)=sqrt(x)
Do you know how to find the f(g(x))?

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