College math
posted by Anonymous on .
if f(x) =x+3/7 and g(x) =4+5x find (gof) (x)

Replace the x is the f(x) by the values for g(x)
for the x is the f(x) you would write 4 + 5x + 3/7
I don't know if the problem is
(x+3) all divided by 7
or if it is x added to 3/7 
(g◦f)(x) = g(f(x))
g(x) = 4+5x, so
g(f) = 4 + 5f
= 4+5(x+3/7)
and we are back to Dr. Jane's question 
Yes it is (x+3) all divided by 7