Consider the function f(x)=e5xg(x) , where g(0)=10 and g(0)=−3. Find f(0).
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Originally Posted by rhcprule3 Consider the function f(x)=e5xg(x) , where g(0)=10 and g(0)=−3. Find f(0). I am guessing that the problem is really $\displaystyle f(x)=e^{5x}g(x)$. If so, then $\displaystyle f'(x)=5e^{5x}g(x)+e^{5x}g'(x)$.
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