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If v(x)=sin(x) and h(x)= e^x, find h(v(x))

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v(x)  = sin(x)        h(x)  = e^x

 

So   h(v(x))   means that we are putting "v"   into "h"......and we haave

 

h(v(x))  =  e^(sin(x))

 

 

 

cool cool cool

CPhill  Jan 23, 2016
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v(x)  = sin(x)        h(x)  = e^x

 

So   h(v(x))   means that we are putting "v"   into "h"......and we haave

 

h(v(x))  =  e^(sin(x))

 

 

 

cool cool cool

CPhill  Jan 23, 2016

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