1.
Given f (x) = x - 1 and g(x) = 5x+ 2, find:

a) f (g(2))
Choose:
 5 7 11 12
b) g(f (-1))
Choose:
 -10 -9 -8 2
c) f (f (5))
Choose:
 5 4 3 26
d) f (g(x))
Choose:
 5x + 3 5x - 1 5x - 3 5x + 1

2.
Using f (x) = x2 and g(x) = x + 2,
a) find (f
o g)(x) and (g o f)(x), in that order.

Choose:
 x2 + 2 and x2 + 2 x2 + 4 and x2 + 2 (x + 2)2 and x2 + 4 (x + 2)2 and x2 + 2

b) What does part a illustrate about composition?

Choose:
 Compositions are associative. Compositions are commutative. Compositions are not associative. Compositions are not commutative.

3.
Functions f (x) and g(x) are defined as shown in the tables at the right. Use the tables to:
a) determine the following functions, in the order listed:
(f o g)(2); (g o f)(3); (f o f)(4);
 x 1 2 3 4 f (x) 5 3 2 1

 x 1 2 3 4 g(x) 3 1 4 5
Choose:
 4; 1; 5 5; 1; 5 4; 1; 3 5; 1; 3

b)
Which of the following compositions is the only possible option?

Choose:
 (f o g)(4) (f o f)(1) (g o f)(4) (g o f)(1)

 4.

 5.

6.

The graphs shown above appear on the interval [-6,6] with line segments connecting designated points where x and y are integers. Using these graphs, find the values of the following four expressions in the order they are listed:
(f o g)(2);     (f o g)(-4);     (f o g)(4);     (g o f)(0)

Choose:
 -2; 3; -1.5; 4 4; -2; -12; -25 -2; 3; -1.5; 2 -3.5; -3.5; 2; 2

 7.

8.
Given f (x) = x2,   g(x) = 2x  and   h(x) = x - 2.
a) find ((f
o g) o h)(x) and (f o (g o h))(x), in that order.

Choose:
 4(x - 2)2 and (2x - 4)2 4x2 -16x + 16 and 4x2 + 16 2(2x - 4)2 and (2x - 4)2 4x2 +16 and 4x2 + 16

b) What does part a illustrate about composition?

Choose:
 Compositions are associative. Compositions are commutative. Compositions are not associative. Compositions are not commutative.

9.
Which of the following statements is ALWAYS true?
Choose:
 f (g(x)) = g(f (x)) f (f (x)) = (f (x))2 f (g(x)) =f (x)•g(x) f (g(x)) = (f o g)(x)

 10. Note: The notation [x] means the greatest integer not exceeding the value of x. Find: a) (f o g)(-4.2);  b) (f o g)(x);  c) (f o h)(x);  d) (h o f)(x);  e) (f o g o h)(x);  f) Are the answers for parts c and d the same? Explain.

 11. The formula K(C) = C + 273 converts Celsius temperature to Kelvin. The formulaconverts Fahrenheit temperature to Celsius. a. Write a composite function that will convert Fahrenheit temperature to Kelvin. b. Convert the boiling point of water (212º F) to Kelvin. c. Convert the freezing point of water (32º F) to Kelvin.

 12. A math test has a bonus question.  The directions simply state that if you answer the question correctly you will receive 5 bonus points and your test grade will be increased by 7% of your score. Let x = test score before answering the bonus question.  a. Write a function, f (x), to represent just the 5 bonus points. b.  Write a function, g(x), to represent just the percent of increase. c.  Explain the meaning of f (g(x)). d.  Find f (g(75)). e.  Explain the meaning of g(f (x)). f.  Find g(f (75)). g.  Does f (g(x)) = g(f (x)) in this problem?