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Let f(x)= 4 and g(x)= ãx2 :
X2  4
f o g(11)=ANSWER: ãX2/ 112 =ã9=3 4/32 4 = 4/5
f o f(0)=ANSWER
Determine the Domain of f o g=ANSWER:

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