Given f(x)=5x+5 and g(x)=6x+1
then what is f(g(−8)) ?
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g(-8) = 6(-8) + 1 = ?
then replace the x in f(x) by this results
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You have to do it in order.
1) Find the value of g(-8)
2) Now your new value for "x" to use in f(x) is the value you just found g(-8)
so you would have x=g(-8) and you should evaluate f(x) in you new "x" value (g(-8))
3) At the end you should have something like
okay so i did g(-8) = 6(-8) + 1 = ? and got -47 so now i do this f(-47)=5(-47)+5
so -230 ?
thats the answer?
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