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If f′ is continuous, f(4)=0, and f′(4)=12, evaluate lim x→0 (f(4+3x)+f(4+5x))/x.?
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If f′ is continuous, f(4)=0, and f′(4)=12, evaluate lim x→0 (f(4+3x)+f(4+5x))/x.?
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