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# For f(x) = - 1-* and g(x) = 2x2 +x+6, find the following functions. (fo g)x); b (g o f)x); (fo 9)(3);d. (g 0 f(3)(fo g)x) = (Simplify your answer)(g o f)x) = (Simpl...

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###### For f(x) = - 1-* and g(x) = 2x2 +x+6, find the following functions. (fo g)x); b (g o f)x); (fo 9)(3);d. (g 0 f(3)(fo g)x) = (Simplify your answer)(g o f)x) = (Simplify your answer:)(0 9)(3) =4. (g 0 f()=L

For f(x) = - 1-* and g(x) = 2x2 +x+6, find the following functions. (fo g)x); b (g o f)x); (fo 9)(3);d. (g 0 f(3) (fo g)x) = (Simplify your answer) (g o f)x) = (Simplify your answer:) (0 9)(3) = 4. (g 0 f()=L  #### Similar Solved Questions

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