Lesson 27

Lesson 27 - Lesson 27 Operations on Functions ¢(£ ¤(£...

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Unformatted text preview: Lesson 27 Operations on Functions: - ( ¡ ¢)(£) ¤ (£) ¡ ¢(£) ; the sum of two functions is the sum of their outputs - ( ¥ ¢)(£) ¤ (£) ¥ ¢(£) ; the difference of two functions is the difference of their outputs - ( ¢)(£) ¤ (£)¢(£) ; the product of two functions is the product of their outputs - ¦ § ¨ © (£) ¤ §(ª) ¨(ª) « ¢(£) ¬ _____; the quotient of two functions is the quotient of their outputs Example 1: Given the functions (£) ¤ ­£ ® ¥ ¯ and ¢(£) ¤ °£ ¥ £ ® , find the following: a. ( ¡ ¢)(°) b. (¢ ¥ )(¥­) c. ( ¢)(¥¯) d. ¦ ¨ § © (±) e. (¢ ¡ )(²) f. ( ¥ ¢)(³) g. (¢ )(´) h. ¦ § ¨ © (µ) Composite Functions: - inputting a function into another function - denoted by ( ¡ ¢ ¡ £)(¤) , where and £ are functions; read of £ of ¤- ( ¡ ¢ ¡ £)(¤) ¥ ¦£(¤)§ ; replace the input ¤ with the function £(¤)- (£¡ ¢ ¡ )(¤) ¥ £¦ (¤)§ ; replace the input ¤ with the function (¤) Example 2: Given the functions...
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Lesson 27 - Lesson 27 Operations on Functions ¢(£ ¤(£...

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