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Composition of Functions
Construct
by starting at a point on the
axis and moving vertically to the graph of
. Move horizontally to the graph of
to relocate
to an
value. Next evaluate
there by moving vertically to the graph of
. Finally move horizontally to the point
.
Contributed by:
Bruce Atwood
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Contributed by:
Bruce Atwood
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