# Algebra 1

For the 2 functions, f(x) and g(x), tables of values are shown below. What is the value of g(f(3))?

x f(x) x g(x)
------- ---------
-5 7 -2 3
-2 -5 1 -1
1 3 2 -3
3 2 3 -5

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1. looks like f(3) = 2
then g( f(3) )
= g(2)
= -3

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posted by Reiny
2. You got the correct answer.

Please explain every step in calculating this?
What was the step by step procedure?

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posted by Joe

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