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    True or False: If the following is true, explain or prove why. If the following is false, give a counterexample that disproves the statement.“For all functions , ℎ, we have f∘(g + ℎ) = f∘g+ f∘ ℎ.”
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    True or False: If the following is true, explain or prove why. If the following is false, give a counterexample that disproves the statement.“For all functions , ℎ, we have f∘(g + ℎ) = f∘g+ f∘ ℎ.”
    what does the small circle mean?
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    how to solve the question?
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    how to solve the question?
    The question is asking you whether the two expressions equal each other.

    To put it another way, if we say  f(x) = 2x^{2} + 5
    Are these two equal?
     f(4+7) and  f(4) + f(7)

    This is all the question is asking, and for you to prove it.
    So if it does work - show exactly how.
    And if it doesn't work show that it doesn't
 
 
 
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