(g o f)(3) = g(f(3)) Working from the inside out, f(3) = 2(3)+8 = 14 Now g(f(3)) = g(14) = 5 since g is always 5. A system of two equations can not have exactly two solutions. When graphed two lines can intersect once in which case there is...

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(g o f)(3) = g(f(3)) Working from the inside out, f(3) = 2(3)+8 = 14 Now g(f(3)) = g(14) = 5 since g is always 5. A system of two equations can not have exactly two solutions. When graphed two lines can intersect once in which case there is...

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when multiplying with like bases, 7 in this example, add the exponents. So 7^(3x) * 7^(1) * 7^(x-1) = 7^(3x + 1 + x - 1) = 7^(4x)

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