# Alegbra 2 functions

Can anyone explain (solve) this:

Given f(x)=x(square) - 1 and g(x)=1 - 2x. Find the indicated values:

F(f2) and f(2f(1))

ASAP......... Thanks!

 Wuerschti Posts: 30, Reputation: 1 Junior Member #2 Mar 19, 2009, 06:22 PM
Well we don't answer homework questions. But we can help you solve the problem. F(f(x))...that means you put the function f inside the function f. Use the existing functions and place them inside...

For example f=2x

F(f1/2(x)) would look like this 2(1/2(2x)

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