# How do you find [g of h](x) if #g(x)=8-2x# and #h(x)=3x#?

To find ( g \circ h (x) ), substitute ( h(x) ) into ( g(x) ) and simplify:

[ g \circ h(x) = g(h(x)) = g(3x) = 8 - 2(3x) = 8 - 6x ]

So, ( g \circ h(x) = 8 - 6x ).

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