# If the function r is given by r(x)=-2f(x)g(x) find the equation of the tangent line to r(x) at x=2 f(2)=-3 f'(2)=-1 g(2)=4 g'(2)=6?

• If the function r is given by r(x)=-2f(x)g(x) find the equation of the tangent line to r(x) at x=2 f(2)=-3 f'(2)=-1 g(2)=4 g'(2)=6?

3.1 Deﬁnition of the Derivative 5 18. x3, a = 2 19. x3, a = 3 Let f (x) = x3.Then lim h→0 f (3 +h) − f (3) h = lim h→0 27 −27h +9h2 + h3 −27 h ...
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... 3x 2y = 4. 3. Write the equation of the line ... 6) is on the graph of x(t) and the tangent line at ... 1. Given lim x!2 f(x) = 5 and lim x!2 g(x) ...
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... Derivatives of Polynomials and Exponential Functions Constant Function ... tangent line to f(x)= x2 +1 3x3 ... 1, g(2)=3, f′(2)=−4, and g′(2)=6 ...
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Inverse Functions. An inverse function goes the other way! Let us start with an example: Here we have the function f(x) = 2x+3, written as a flow diagram: