Suppose that the function f has a continuous second derivative for all x, and that f(0)=2, f'(0)=3, and f"(0) =0. Let g be a function whose derivative is given by g'(x)=e^-2x(3f(x)+2f'(x)) for all x.
Show that g"(x)=e^-2x(-6f(x)-f'(x)+2f"(x)) Does g have a local maximum at x=0?

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is that e to the (-2x )then back down, times the rest of that, or is it all raised from e?

back down then the rest of it.

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