Explain why or why not Determine whether the following statements are true and give an explanation or a counterexample. a. All polynomials are rational functions, but not all rational functions are polynomials. ? b. If ? is a linear polyn?om?ial, then f ? ° ?f is a quadratic polynomial. ? ? c. If? and g ? are polynomials, then? the? degrees ?of f ? ° ?g and g? ° f are equal. ? ? ? .?To graph g ? (?x)=? (?x + 2), ?shift the graph of f ? two units to the right.

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