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Find functions of f•g, g•f, and their domains.
f (x)=sqrtx-1, g (x)=x^2

Thank you very much

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asked by Steve
  1. f◦g = √(g-1) = √(x^2-1)
    You know that √n has domain n>=0. SO, you need (x^2-1) >= 0.

    g◦f = f^2 = (√(x-1))^2 = x-1
    I'm pretty sure you can handle that one, right?

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