Find fg(x) F:x 4-ln (x+2) G:x e^x2 -2
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f(x)=4-ln(x+2); g(x)=e^x²-2; g(x)+2=e^x².

f(g(x))=4-ln(g(x)+2)=4-ln(e^x²)=

4-x².

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