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###### If f(x) =x - 9 and gx) =X 3x, complete parts (a) through (i): (a) (f+ g)x) = (Simplify your answer: Do not factor ) (b) (f - g)(x) = (Simplify your answer: Do not factor: ) 3 (c) (f- g) (Simplify your answer:)(d) (fg)(x) =(Simplify your answer: Do not factor:)(e)(Simplify your answer: Do not factor:)(f)(Simplify your answer:)(g) (f 0 g)x) (Simplify your answer: Do not factor:) (h) (g o f)x) (Simplify your answer: Do not factor:) (i) (g o f)( ~ 3) = (Simplify your answer: Do not factor: )

If f(x) =x - 9 and gx) =X 3x, complete parts (a) through (i): (a) (f+ g)x) = (Simplify your answer: Do not factor ) (b) (f - g)(x) = (Simplify your answer: Do not factor: ) 3 (c) (f- g) (Simplify your answer:) (d) (fg)(x) = (Simplify your answer: Do not factor:) (e) (Simplify your answer: Do not factor:) (f) (Simplify your answer:) (g) (f 0 g)x) (Simplify your answer: Do not factor:) (h) (g o f)x) (Simplify your answer: Do not factor:) (i) (g o f)( ~ 3) = (Simplify your answer: Do not factor: )

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