ineedhelp10
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ineedhelp10
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For each pair of functions, find \[[g \sigma f](x), [f \sigma g](x), and [f \sigma g)(6)\]
ineedhelp10
  • ineedhelp10
a. f(x)=2x-3; g(x)=4x-8 b. f(x)=8=x^2: g(x)=x^2+x+1
ineedhelp10
  • ineedhelp10
@Hero if you get it, please help me

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Hero
  • Hero
ineedhelp10
  • ineedhelp10
@Hero but how would you solve it?
Hero
  • Hero
One moment
ineedhelp10
  • ineedhelp10
yeah its fine
Hero
  • Hero
ineedhelp10
  • ineedhelp10
ah okay so then for the next one you do it the other way around right?
ineedhelp10
  • ineedhelp10
what about [f*g](6) ? the * is supposed to be the little circle
ineedhelp10
  • ineedhelp10
but where would you plug in the 6 into the problem then?
Hero
  • Hero
Actually, if you have to compute f*g (6) Instead of f(g(6)) then the process for that is different
ineedhelp10
  • ineedhelp10
so then how will that look like?
Hero
  • Hero
ineedhelp10
  • ineedhelp10
so what?
Hero
  • Hero
It means you have to multiply the functions then evaluate @ x=6
Hero
  • Hero
I wish you could post the original Instructions directly from your textbook or computer. Based on what you told me, the original problem you posted are not exactly correct as written.

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