## jennilalala Group Title PLEASE ANSWER: f(x)= -h(x)- ((x)/(h(x))) h(-2) = -1 h ' (-2) = -1 find f ' (-2). one year ago one year ago

1. freckles Group Title

Hi! So do you know how to find f' first?

2. freckles Group Title

You need to differentiate both sides of: $f(x)=-h(x)-\frac{x}{h(x)}$

3. freckles Group Title

$(f(x))'=f'(x)$ $(-h(x)-\frac{x}{h(x)})'=(-h(x))'-(\frac{x}{h(x)})'=-(h(x))'-(\frac{x}{h(x)})'$ I used the constant multiple rule to bring out -1 and just look at differentiating h(x) Now I will leave the quotient rule to you: Your job is to find: $(\frac{x}{h(x)})'$

4. freckles Group Title

Let me know what you get. Just post here.

5. myininaya Group Title

Did you understand what freckles is asking?

6. jennilalala Group Title

yes

7. jennilalala Group Title