Confirm that f and g are inverses by showing that f(g(x)) = x and g(f(x)) = x.
f(x) = (x-8)/(x+7) g(x) = (-7x-8)/(x-1)
I'm running out of time. I'd appreciate if someone could just help me with this.

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|dw:1435727045875:dw| we're replacing every x in f(x) with g(x) function which gives us f(g(x)) and for g(f(x)) you would replace every x in g(x) with f(x) function, now you can simplify the problem.

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Yea, I can typically get that far, I only have trouble with what comes after that lol. It always gets really messy when I try to attack it, and I always end up getting it wrong somehow.... :(

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so, I start off like this?
((-7x-8)/(x-1)-8)
-7x-8-8x+8
-15x

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then........
((-7x-8)/(x-1)+7)
-7x-8 + 7x-7
-15
-15x/15=x=f(g(x))
I'm assuming it's like this, right? I had an experience where someone over-complicated it all, but I feel like I'm doing it right....

- anonymous

Yea, nevermind, I got it!

- Astrophysics

Sorry I was helping someone else, and that's awesome, you tried it and it worked out for you :)

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