SOLUTION: If f(x)=3x+1, u(x)=square root x, and h(x)=1/(x+1), find h(f(u(x)).

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 Question 177006: If f(x)=3x+1, u(x)=square root x, and h(x)=1/(x+1), find h(f(u(x)). Found 2 solutions by Fombitz, rapaljer:Answer by Fombitz(13828)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Let's go step by step. . . . . . . Answer by rapaljer(4667)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Given f(x)=3x+1, u(x)=square root x, and h(x)=1/(x+1), find h(f(u(x)). First, f(x)=3x+1, u(x)=, so to find f(u(x)) substitute the u(x) into the formula for f(x) like this: f(u(x))= 3+1. Next, h(f(u(x))), substitute f(u(x)) into the formula for h(x) like this: R^2