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Basic Concepts: Multiplying polynomial by polynomial, Multiplying radicals (Advanced), Multiplying rational expressions, Function notation (Advanced), Operations with functions

Related Concepts: Product rule

multiplying functions: $(fg)(x) = f(x)\cdot g(x)$

- 1.
**Determine the Product of Two Functions Algebraically**

If $f(x)= 2-\sqrt{x}$and$g(x)=7\sqrt{x}-3$

Determine:a)$(fg)(x)$b)$(fg)(25)$evaluate in two different ways - 2.
**Determine the Product of Two Functions Graphically**

Given the graph of functions $f(x)$and $g(x)$,

sketch the product of these two functions$(fg)(x)$

1.

Functions

1.1

Function notation

1.2

Operations with functions

1.3

Adding functions

1.4

Subtracting functions

1.5

Multiplying functions

1.6

Dividing functions

1.7

Composite functions

1.8

Inequalities of combined functions

1.9

Inverse functions

1.10

One to one functions

1.11

Difference quotient: applications of functions

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