# using the functions {eq}\text{ find } (f \times g) (x) \\ f (x)= x^2 -4x-2 \\ g (x)= x+7 \\ {/eq}

## Question:

using the functions {eq}\text{ find } (f \times g) (x) \\ f (x)= x^2 -4x-2 \\ g (x)= x+7 \\ {/eq}

## Multiplying Two Functions:

If we multiply two functions, we will get a new function. For multiplying the two functions, we have to follow some steps. They are distributing the parentheses, applying the exponent rules, and then adding or subtracting the same terms.

\begin{align*} (f \times g)...