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What is Mercy-killing?

It means that a person, or an animal, is killed with the idea to avoid suffering - for example, in the case of severe and incurable illness.Since killing humans is generally f (MORE)

G(f(x)) is always equal to F(g(x))?

No. In rare cases, it may be; usually it will not be.Here is one simple example. Function f() adds 10 to the input, function g() multiplies the input by 2. Let the starting nu (MORE)