Pre-Calc

posted by Channing

f/g=? Given that f(x)=x^2-9 x and g(x)=x + 14

  1. drwls

    If you want the ratio of two functions, just write them that way,
    [x^2 + 9)/(x + 14)

    If you want f of g(x), sometimes written f[g(x)], then you should have said so. Plug in the (x+14) where there is an x in f(x), and compute the new function.

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