Composite functions
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Composite functions
Functions and relations
Year 12
Composite functions are actually like cows and party pies. How? Well, watch the video and find out! Taking the output of one function and putting it into another one has never seemed so easy. This video takes the time and two awesome examples to explain what it means to be a composite function and to know how to work out if they are defined or not. We look at the algebra behind composite functions and look at what it means to restrict the domain to ensure that a composite can be defined. So much fun in just one video.
Published: Nov. 26, 2018
Length: 22 mins and 57 seconds
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