Functions. Define a function s such that s(x)=g(t(x)).

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A landscaper plants circular flowerbeds in square plots of land of various sizes. Once the Flowerbed is built she fills in the uncovered land with sod. As a result, the amount of sod needed is determined by the size of the flowerbed, which depends on the size of the square plot of land she uses.

Define a function s such that s(x)=g(t(x)).

f(r)=x f(r)=2r where r is the radius and x is the side length of the square.

h(r)=s h(r)=(2r)^2

g(r)=A g(r)= (2r)^2-pir^2

im not sure if each of these functions are correct because they are answers i found for the homework

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