Posted by **Nikki Clark** on Wednesday, November 21, 2012 at 3:39pm.

Thanks guys for your response!!!! x

I have another one.

If the two functions f and g are defined by

f:x --- 25/(3x-2)

g:x --- x^2

What is the solution of equation

fg(x)=2/(x-1)

Thanks in advance :D

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