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  1. trwatkins1
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    nope sorry idk how to do this

  2. anonymous
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    work from the inside function out. Since g is inside, find g(3). \[g(3) = -5(3)+2=\]

  3. anonymous
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    ok, so now find f(-13) by plugging in -13 for the x in f(x)

  4. anonymous
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    Find f(-13). f(-13) = 2(-13) + 1

  5. anonymous
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    basically your steps are to find the value of the inside function at x = 3. You got -13. So then find the value of the outside function using x = -13.

  6. anonymous
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    yes

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