# For each of the given functions f(x), find the derivative (f−1)′(c) at the given point c, first finding a=f−1(c). f(x)=4x+10x^(13); c=−14?

• For each of the given functions f(x), find the derivative (f−1)′(c) at the given point c, first finding a=f−1(c). f(x)=4x+10x^(13); c=−14?

For each of the given functions f(x), find the derivative ... first finding a=f−1(c). f(x)=4x+10x^(13); c=−14? ... given point c, first finding a=f−1 ...
Positive: 37 %
For each of the given functions f(x), find the derivative ... first finding a=f−1(c). f(x)=4x+10x^(13); c=−14? Find ... given point c, first finding a ...
Positive: 34 %

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