Another Composition – College Algebra
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Another Composition – College Algebra

So clearly order mattres a lot. go f of x and f of g of x, using these two equations give us completely different expressions. We need to be super careful which function we’re using as the input for the other one. What if our functions were f of x equals x squared minus four? […]

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The Domain of a Composition of Functions 143-2.6.2.b
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The Domain of a Composition of Functions 143-2.6.2.b

This video is provided as supplementary material for courses taught at Howard Community College and in this video I want to talk about finding the domain of a composition of functions. Here’s the first example. I’ve got these two functions: f(x)=x^2 and g(x)=square root of x minus 4, and let’s say I’m told to find […]

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The Composition of Two Functions 143-2.6.2.a
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The Composition of Two Functions 143-2.6.2.a

This video is provided as supplementary material for courses taught at Howard Community College and in this video I want to talk about the composition of functions. Let’s say you’re given two functions. You’ve got function f, and this is f(x)=x + 3, and function g, and that’s g(x)=x^2 – 5. and then you’re told […]

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Skateboarding Frame of Reference Demonstration
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Skateboarding Frame of Reference Demonstration

– Good morning. Did you know that velocity measurements depend on the frame of reference from which they are taken? – Hey guys? – Hey Bo. – Hi Bo. ^♫ Flipping Physics ♫ – In other words, the motion of the person taking the measurements will affect the interpretation of the motion of the object […]

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Composition of Functions
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Composition of Functions

HELLO!!! Mr. Tarrou again. Same shirt, same day. Multiple recordings. I am going to talk about composition of functions. Not just combining them, not just adding subtracting, multiplying, or dividing but actually a composition of functions. Composition notation is f open dot g of x, or… This is the notation my textbook uses a lot […]

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