SOLUTION: if f(a)=2a-1 and g(a)=a2, then g(f(a))=? how does this work out step by step? Thank you f(a)=2a-1 If this is true, then that part of the problem (f(a))is solved!

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 Question 30083: if f(a)=2a-1 and g(a)=a2, then g(f(a))=? how does this work out step by step? Thank you f(a)=2a-1 If this is true, then that part of the problem (f(a))is solved! Te answer is 2a-1. G(a)= a2 If this is true then the variable g and a or the same thing. I hope that that is "a" to the second notation! the answer to this problem is g(2a-1)or 2ga-g or 2a2<---(second notation)-aAnswer by johnpaul(2)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!f(a)=2a-1 If this is true, then that part of the problem (f(a))is solved! The answer is 2a-1. G(a)= a2 If this is true then the variable g and a or the same thing. I hope that that is "a" to the second notation! the answer to this problem is g(2a-1)or 2ga-g or 2a2<---(second notation)-a