Solving the Composition of Two Functions

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In this lesson, we learn how to solve the composition of two functions, which can be confusing due to the notation used. By breaking it down and understanding that the notation represents plugging one function into another, we can easily evaluate F, G of X, and G of X. By remembering that we need to use input and output values, we can successfully solve for the composition of two functions.

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Solving the composition of two functions

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  • How do I find the composition of two functions, f of g of x?
  • How do I evaluate a function at a given value of x?
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    • Currently 4.0/5 Stars.
    The video contains several examples of evaluating a funtion at a given value. The instructor also gives an example of finding the composition of two functions. He finds f(g(x)) and g(f(x)) in the example.