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Express the function in the form $ f \circ g \circ h $.

$ S(t) = \sin^2 (\cos t) $

Let $h(t)=\cos t, g(t)=\sin t,$ and $f(t)=t^{2}$. Then

\[

(f \circ g \circ h)(t)=f(g(h(t)))=f(g(\cos t))=f(\sin (\cos t))=[\sin (\cos t)]^{2}=\sin ^{2}(\cos t)=S(t)

\].

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