algebra (f°g) problem
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Find (f°g)(2) when f(x)=5x+9 and g(x)=1/x
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easy
f(gx)(2)
so
f(x)=5(1/x) + 9
f(2)=5(1/2) + 9
f(2)= 2.5 + 9 = 11.5 or 23/2
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