Algebra

evaluate the two compositions
(f*g)(x)
(h*g)(x)
using the functions
F(x)=2x+5
g(x)= x^2-3
h(x)= 7-x/3

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  1. (f*g)(x)
    = (2x+5)(x^2 - 3)
    = 2x^3 + 5x^2 - 6x - 15

    do the other one in the same way

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