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FUNCTIONS - Introduction to Function Composition

FUNCTIONS - Introduction to Function Composition

Author: Kate Sidlo
Description:

By the end of this tutorial students will be able to define composition.  Substitute a numeric value into a composition function [Ex: f(g(2))] and substitute a variable or expression into a composition function [Ex: f(g(n + 1))].

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TO DO:

1) Take notes on the video

2) Add vocabulary to your packet

FUNCTIONS - Introduction to Function Composition

Edit Note: Notes Video

Example 2 with Number Input

g(x) answer should read -4 not 4

Mistake is repeated twice.  The final answer of the composition should be -4 not 4.