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The expression (f o g)x is another way of writing f(g(x)). Let's evaluate this first with x a particular number, say x = 5. To evaluate f(g(5)) you first evaluate
Hence
Now do it again using the variable x.
Hence
Now try your problem. If you need further assistance write back. Penny  


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