g'(x)=lim (g(x+h)-g(x))/h The limit is h>0 This is the equation I got for slope. The actual problem is g(x)=2/(x-2) and I am asked to use the Difference Quotient and g(x) to find the slope. Please help and thank you
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So follow the instructions: Evaluate g(x + h): . . . . . Subtract g(x) from this: . . . . . Convert to a common denominator: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Then you divide by h. Where are you stuck? Please be complete. Thank you!
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