Questoin...I have allways done these by evaluating (F 0f G)(x) ...then finding the domain of G and then useing a graphing calculator to find the domain of the whole thing as a function. My question is how do you algebracially fine the domain of the function after you find the domain of G int the case of (F of G)(X). If you can show me using an example where f=square root of x-2 and g= 2-square root(x)(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# (g of f)(x)

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