Suppose that we have two functions, f(x) and g (x), and that f (3) = 4,g (3) = 5,f '(3) = -4, andg '(3) = 5. Calculate the values of the following derivatives when x is equal to 3.
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Use the quotient rule..
But I don't see any g function here oO
So the derivative of f(x)/x : [x*f'(x)-f(x)]/x^2
Since f(3) is known, f'(3) is known and x=3, you can easily calculate it
Hello, Merdiemae! Suppose that we have a function, , and that: .
Calculate the value of when We need the Quotient Rule . . . . .
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