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# Composite functions and notation Let f(x)=x -4, g(x)=x and

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Problem 22E

Composite functions and notation Let ?f(x)=x? -4, g(x)=x? and ?F(x)=1/(x-3)?. Simplify or evaluate the following expressions. g(1/z)

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Step by step solution Step 1 of 1 If we want to find the value of func tion (x) f o =1/z we must use this value in the relation for the fun ction (x).This is very easy, just follow the next steps: 3 He nce, g(x)=x 3 g(13z)=(1/z) = 13 z = z3 1 1 n So the final value of the function g (1/z) is z3. If we use the rule xn= x , we can write it as z .

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