if f(x)=x^2-40 and g(x)= sqrt 1-x what is the value of g(f(-4))

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Nov 19th, 2014

If f(x)=x2-40 and g(x)= sqrt (1-x) what is the value of g(f(-4))

f(-4) = 16-40 = -24

g(-24) =sqrt(1-(-24)) = sqrt(25) = ±5


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