Basically the Problem gives a table, but the way it words the problem kinda confuses me a bit:
Suppose that the function f and g and their derivatives with respect to x have the following values x=0 and x=1
x f(x) g(x) f(x)prime g(x)prime
0 1 1 5 1/3
1 3 -4 -1/3 -8/3
(Sorry for the horribly made table)
Evaluate the derivatives with respect to x of the following combinations at given value of x:
a. 5f(x)-g(x), x=1
b. f(x)g^3(x), x=0
c. f(x)/(g(x)+1), x=1
d. f(g(x)), x=0
e. g(f(x)), x=0
f. (g(x)+f(x))^-2, x=1
g. f(x+g(x)), x=0
Anyways you don't need to do all of them for me, like just explain how to do the first 2 would be enough, thanks.