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# and g to evaluate the expression. 33. f(g(2)) 35. (gf)(4) 37. (gg)(-2) 0 2 9 2 Use the given graphs of f /f 34. g(f(0)) 36. (fog)(0) 38. (ff)(4) and g to evaluate the expression. 33. f(g(2))

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## and g to evaluate the expression. УА 33. f(g(2)) 35. (gᵒf)(4) 37. (gᵒg)(-2) 0 2 9 2 Use the given graphs of f /f 34. g(f(0)) 36. (fog)(0) 38. (ff)(4) and g to evaluate the expression. УА 33. f(g(2)) 35. (gᵒf)(4) 37. (gᵒg)(-2) 0 2 9 2 Use the given graphs of f /f 34. g(f(0)) 36. (fog)(0) 38. (ff)(4) and g to evaluate the expression. УА 33. f(g(2)) 35. (gᵒf)(4) 37. (gᵒg)(-2) 0 2 9 2 Use the given graphs of f /f 34. g(f(0)) 36. (fog)(0) 38. (ff)(4) and g to evaluate the expression. УА 33. f(g(2)) 35. (gᵒf)(4) 37. (gᵒg)(-2) 0 2 9 2 Use the given graphs of f /f 34. g(f(0)) 36. (fog)(0) 38. (ff)(4) and g to evaluate the expression. УА 33. f(g(2)) 35. (gᵒf)(4) 37. (gᵒg)(-2) 0 2 9 2 Use the given graphs of f /f 34. g(f(0)) 36. (fog)(0) 38. (ff)(4)

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## 33 Higi 1 110 9 2 2 34 2 7 226 f1922 1 K 9 0 f 0 View the full answer

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