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# Can anyone explain to me what they mean by "graph the combined

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Can anyone explain to me what they mean by "graph the combined function"?

I know a composite function embeds the range of one function into the domain of another, but earlier they draw a pretty clear line between composite and combined functions: combined being where you "combine" different functions with standard operators,

thanks
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Combine the functions, then graph it.
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Never heard of combined functions. You just use whatever operator you feel like? Theres something missing here.
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combining functions means (f+g)(x) . literally just google and you'll find a khan academy video explaining how to do it.
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>>16948994
graph them individually, put the 2 graphs together.
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>>16950009
>>16950024

Then, I'm wrong. Combining would imply adding, but it's not very clear.