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Hello, can somebody please help me with this question? 

 

https://www.screencast.com/t/g9RN7IhmEQ 

 

 

Thanks! 

 Jan 17, 2018

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f(x)  =  4sin(x)  +  6

g(x)   =  3x  +  5

 

Maximize    ( f °  g ) (x)

 

( f ° g) (x )  =     4 sin  ( 3x + 5)  +  6

 

Note that the maximum value  of sine  =  1

 

So......the max value  of   (f ° g)  (x)  =  

 

4 (1)  +   6   =

 

10

 

Note that  g(x)  doesn't really matter.....it's a "red herring"

 

 

cool cool cool

 Jan 17, 2018
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Hello, can somebody please help me with this question? 

 

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 Jan 17, 2018
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Hello and thanks for your response. I have one question though. 

f(x)=4sinx+6 not sin4x+6 wouldn't that make a difference? 

Supergirl  Jan 17, 2018
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Best Answer

f(x)  =  4sin(x)  +  6

g(x)   =  3x  +  5

 

Maximize    ( f °  g ) (x)

 

( f ° g) (x )  =     4 sin  ( 3x + 5)  +  6

 

Note that the maximum value  of sine  =  1

 

So......the max value  of   (f ° g)  (x)  =  

 

4 (1)  +   6   =

 

10

 

Note that  g(x)  doesn't really matter.....it's a "red herring"

 

 

cool cool cool

CPhill Jan 17, 2018

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