In this lesson, we learn about evaluating the composition of two functions. We start by reviewing what evaluation means in the context of a function. We then move on to finding the composition of two functions, and use an example to illustrate how to do this. Finally, we explore two different ways of finding the composition of two functions, including evaluating the function and plugging in the value of x. With this lesson, you will be able to confidently evaluate the composition of any two functions.
Evaluating the composition of two functions
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How do I find the composition of two functions?
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This video shows how to find the composition of two functions. He demonstrates using x as the input value in the first example, and then uses 5 as the input value in his second example.