anonymous
  • anonymous
tan^2(x)=f(g9X)) what is f(x)= g(x), Please include process for defining I can find reference for this?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Sorry shoudl be tan^2(x)=f(g(x))
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anonymous
  • anonymous
It may be easier to see the composition if you write \(\tan^2x=\left(\tan x\right)^2\). Here, the inside function \((g(x))\) is \(\tan x\), and the outside function \((f(x))\) is \(x^2\). So, \(f(g(x))=f(\tan x)=\tan^2x\), like you wanted. Are you supposed to find \(f(x)+g(x)\) ?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
I am to define f(x) and g(x) I will input and verify
anonymous
  • anonymous
No that did not work, I believe I am required to rewrite the original function Tan^2(x)=f(g(x)) in terms of f(x)= ? and g(x)= ? not sure just yet

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