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OpenStudy (anonymous):

Finding the range of a composite function? A really messed up one..?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

\[f(x) = \frac{x^2-x+1}{x^2+x+1}\]Now I have to find f(f(x)). Is there an easier way than substituting? Because that's just gonna become ew. :(

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Oh I mean find the range of f(f(x)).

OpenStudy (anonymous):

the algebra to simplify is... ew.. but simplified it doesn't look too bad (thanks to mr. wolfram)

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Well, the thing is I don't get access to Mr. Wolfram during the exams :( (oh if only that would change...). So is that the only way?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

a simple way that is find conditions of x is belonging to real set.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

That's the range of f(x). I need the range of f(f(x)).

OpenStudy (anonymous):

@HairtUB I hope the attachment is more like what you were looking for.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Wow...you got it! Yeah I decided to plug in and it took me ages, but I got it and my answers are correct! :D Thank you so much for your time and help!

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