# How do you find #(g/f)(3)# given #g(a)=3a+2# and #f(a)=2a-4#?

To find ( (g/f)(3) ), first, you need to find ( g(3) ) and ( f(3) ), then divide ( g(3) ) by ( f(3) ).

Given ( g(a) = 3a + 2 ) and ( f(a) = 2a - 4 ),

( g(3) = 3(3) + 2 = 11 ) and ( f(3) = 2(3) - 4 = 2 ),

So, ( (g/f)(3) = \frac{g(3)}{f(3)} = \frac{11}{2} ).

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