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No, it is not always true. In fact it is seldom true. What

I've been having trouble with this and this answer would make me fully understand this concept.

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The domain is simply the set of values your function can accept as input.Is it always true that the domain of f(g(x)) is the intersection of the domains of f(x) and g(x)?

The function f o g has the same domain as g which we can pretty safely assume to be all the real numbers.

The domain of f might be more narrow, but f o g has the same domain as g.

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