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  • 4 years ago

Suppose G(x) = f(u(x)) and each of f and u are differentiable functions. If f (1) = 2, f (3) = −1, f '(1) = −1, f '(3) = 5, u(2) = 3, u '(2) = 4 , then find G'(2)

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  1. Annand
    • 4 years ago
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    G'(x)=f'(u(x))*u'(x) G'(2)=f'(u(2))*u'(2)=f'(3)*4=4*5=20

  2. Akileez
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    that's what I got! sweet!

  3. Akileez
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    thanks

  4. Annand
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    :)

  5. Akileez
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    got one more coming up, I got -3 for this one

  6. Annand
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    throw it... i'll try to help...

  7. Akileez
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    -3 for the next one

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    thanks a million!

  9. Akileez
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    it's up, looks the same but isn;t

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