Given the functions

draw the graphs of the functions **f, g, fg,** and **gf**.

Using

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- If you are not familiar with the graphing of functions on the TI-85, then first read the Initial Setup page from Little's Basic Guide to the TI-85.
- Press the GRAPH key and then pick
**y(x)=**by pressing the F1 key. - If necessary, keep pressing F4 key until only
**y1=**appears on the screen. - At the prompt
**y1=**, type in**1/(1+x^2)**and press the ENTER key.

- At the prompt
**y2=**, type in**sin x**and press the ENTER key.

- At the prompt
**y3=**, type in**1/(1+y2^2)**and press the ENTER key.

- At the prompt
**y4=**, type in**sin y1**and press the ENTER key.

IMPORTANT: Both of these**y**'s must be lower case. - The range settings for the following graph is
**[-3, 3]**×**[-2, 2]**. - Note that the graphs of the functions are plotted in the order in which
they are entered above. You can plot only one or two of the graphs by using
the SELCT key on the
**y(x)=**screen. Since there seems to be only three graphs, the graphs of**y1**and**y4**were selected and the plot is the following:You can see that there appears to be considerable overlap of these two graphs.

**Alternative:**

- At the prompt
**y3=**, type in**evalF(y1, x, y2)**and press the ENTER key.

- At the prompt
**y4=**, type in**evalF(y2, x, y1)**and press the ENTER key.