Let f(x) = −4x + 7 and g(x) = 10x − 6. Find f(g(x)).

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Let f(x) = −4x + 7 and g(x) = 10x − 6. Find f(g(x)).

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so graph this and you will get your first awser y=−4x+7
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HI!!
it does not say to graph, does it?
and then hears how you do the 2nd part of your problem Let's solve for g. gx=10x−6 Step 1: Divide both sides by x. gxx=10x−6x g=10x−6x Answer: g=10x−6x
lol oooooooh nooooooooo!
y what am i doing wrong
solve for \(g\)??!! darling, \(g\) is not a variable \(g(x)\) is a function it is \[g(x)=10x-6\]
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\[f(x)=-4x+7\\ g(x)=10x-6\] so \[f(g(x))=f(10x-6)\] is the first step
then since \[\huge f(\clubsuit)=-4\clubsuit +7\] you have \[\huge f(10x-6)=-4(10x-6)+7\]
a little algebra will clean that up nicely
would i just solve it like a regular two variable equation or how do i do it with f

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