Question

Find f(g(x)). f(g(x)) = 18×3 1 dollars over hour f(g(x)) = 18×3 1 loaves over hour f of g of x equals the square root of the quantity 18 times x to the fifth power plus 1 loaves per hour f of g of x equals the square root of the quantity 18 times x to the fifth power plus 1 dollars over hour

1. diemkieu
f(g(x)) = 18x³ + 1 dollars over hour
Given: f(x) = 9x² + 1
g(x) = √(2x³)

Now f(g(x)) can be calculated as
f(g(x)) = f(√(2x³))
= 9.(√(2x³))² + 1
= 9.2x³ + 1
= 18x³ + 1
Therefore, f(g(x)) = 18x³ + 1 dollars over hour

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Sonia works at a bakery. The function f(x) represents the amount of money in dollars Sonia earns per loaf, where x is the number of loaves she makes. The function g(x) represents the number of bread loaves Sonia bakes per hour, where x is the number of hours she works.
f(x) = 9×2 + 1
g(x) = the square root of two times x cubed
Find f(g(x)).
f(g(x)) = 18×3 + 1 dollars over hour
f(g(x)) = 18×3 + 1 loaves over hour
f of g of x equals the square root of the quantity 18 times x to the fifth power plus 1 loaf per hour
f of g of x equals the square root of the quantity 18 times x to the fifth power plus 1 dollar over an hour