Posted by **Megan** on Friday, March 28, 2008 at 6:24pm.

Consider the function h as defined. Find functions f and g so

(f o g)(x)=h(x)

h(x)=8/x^2+10

I think it is:

h(x)=8/x^2+10

h(x)=8/x^2+10*x^2/x^2

h(x)=8/x^2+10x^2/x^2

h(x)=8+10x^2/x^2

h(x)=10x^2+8/x^2

h(x)=2(5x^2)+2(4)/x^2

h(x)=2(5x^2+4)/x^2

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