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Please help me :( For the functions f(x) = 2x + 3 and g(x) = 6x + 2, which composition produces the greatest output? (5 points) Neither composition produces an output. Both compositions produce the same output. f(g(x)) produces the greatest output. g(f(x)) produces the greatest output.

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    f(x)= 2x+3 g(x)=6x+2 f(g(x))= f(6x+2)= 2(6x+2)+3= 12x+7 g(f(x))= g(2x+3)=6(2x+3)+2= 12x+20 Regardless of the value of x, adding 20 to the 12x will produce a larger outcome than adding 7 to 12x. g(f(x)) produces the greatest output

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