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"If f = {(-2,-1), (-1,2), (0,6), (1,3), (2,-1), (3,-5), (4,0), (5,8)} and
g = {(-2,6), (-1,5), (0,-8), (1,3), (2,9), (3,9), (4,0), (5,-2)}, then find f composite g and g composite f."

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