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Q: What kind of graph would result if the period T were graphed as a function of the square root of the lengthsquare of L?

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This is a combination of two functions, where you apply the first function and get a result and then fill that answer into the second function. OR These are what you get when you take the output of one function and use it to solve the output of the next function.

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