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6-29.

Given $f(x)=−2x^2−4$ and $g(x)=5x+3$, calculate:

1. $g(−2)$

2. $f(−7)$

Substitute the given value for $x$ into the indicated equation.

3. $f(g(−2))$

4. $f(g(1))$

Substitute the entire $g(−2)$ into the equation $f(x)$ for x and evaluate. Follow the same guidelines for part (d).