# Can sage be used to solve the following kind of problem?

"Given that f(1) = 9, f'(1) = 5, g(9) = 6 and g'(9) = 4, what is the approximate value of g(f(1.05))?"

Can sage be used to solve the following kind of problem?

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You can just use the following script to do it. You construct two functions f and g such that they have a slope of 5 and 4 respectively and add a constant such that f(1) = 9 and g(9)=6 then evaluate at 1.05 using g(f(1.05)).

```
f(x)=5*x+4
g(x)=4*x-30
g(f(1.05))
```

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