Note that in this question, as in most questions involving the decomposition of a function, f and g are not unique. Other possible choices for f and g might be
`f = 4 + x` and `g = 1/sqrt(x-5)`
`f = 4 + 1/x` and `g = sqrt(x-5)`
Both of these pairs of f and g will result in the composition function
`f o g (x) = 4+1/sqrt(x-5)`
Here, we have to do the decomposition of the given function,
`h(x)= 4+1/sqrt(x-5)` into `f(x)` and `g(x)` such that `h(x)=(fog)(x)` .
In `(f o g)(x)` , `g(x)` is the inner function and `f(x)` is the outer function.
`g(x)` is to be plugged into `f(x)` to get `(fog)(x)` .
Hence, `g(x)= (x-5)` and
Hi, just wondering but can't f=4+1/(x-2)^0.5 and g=x-3 as well?
Doesn't this solution exist as well?
So wouldn't there be an infinite number of solutions?