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(Section 1.6: Combining Functions) 1.6.18 • Find the domain of the composite function f ± g . •• As in Example 9, r , the base radius of the water cone, can be anything from 0 meters to 5 meters, the base radius of the tank. •• Find the corresponding values of t . 0 ± r ± 5 0 ± 3 t ± 5 0 ± t ± 5 3 Dom f ± g () = 0, 5 3 ± ² ³ ´ µ . ( t is measured in minutes.) Let’s review the composition of functions here. t ± g : gt = 3 t ± 3 t , our r ±² ³´ ³ ± f : fr
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