# Calculus (Math 2A)

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express the function in the form f * g

g(x) = cube-root (x/1+x)

i know f(x) has to be something
and g(x) has to be something

i think that f(x) = x/1+x
and g(x) = x^(1/3)
but im not sure how to do this....thanks for the help!

• Calculus (Math 2A) -

Yours is a correct solution. There are several others

• Calculus (Math 2A) -

thanks, what are the others?

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