Posted by **Chelsea** on Sunday, October 24, 2010 at 3:40pm.

Find h'(2), given that f(2)= -3, g(2)= 4, f'(2)= -2, and g'(2)= 7

a) h(x)= 5f(x) - 4g(x)

b) h(x)= f(x)g(x)

c) h(x)= f(x)/g(x)

d) h(x)= g(x)/1 + f(x)

I have no idea how to plug these in. If someone could please show me how to go about one, I'm sure the rest would be nearly the same.

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