Let f(x)= 12-4x and g(x)= 1/x…….what is the domain of g(f (x))

# Let f(x)= 12-4x and g(x)= 1/x…….what is the domain of g(f (x))

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• MATH

Let f(x)= 12-4x and g(x)= 1/x…….what is the domain of g(f (x))

Given the functions: f(x) = 12 – 4x g(x) = 1/x We need to find the domain of g(f(x)). First we need to determine g(f(x)) g(f(x)) = g( 12 – 4x). Now we will substitute ( 12 – 4x ) in g(x). ==>…

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• MATH

AB = 4x – 15 and BC = 2x + 3. If AC = 48. Find the value of x. (AC = hypotenuse )

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Use the distance formula to find the distances between the given points:(5, 2) and (0,-4)

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• MATH

Factor the expression 9X^2 + 24X + 16

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• MATH

What is the next number in this pattern:32, 48, 56, 60, 62, 63,…

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• MATH

A right triangle has a hypotenuse of length 30 and a leg of length 10. To the nearest tenth, what…

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• MATH

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• MATH

If the sum of the first two of the five consecutive odd integers is 52, what is the sum of the…

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• MATH

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• MATH

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• PARADISE LOST

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What seems to have been the justification for the extremes of violence condoned by the crusaders…

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• HEART OF DARKNESS

Is the portrayal of white women different from that of African women in Heart of Darkness?

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• ROMEO AND JULIET

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I don’t really understand this statements. Can you state this with your own words to make easier…

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• MACBETH

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• THE SAILOR WHO FELL FROM GRACE WITH THE SEA

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