Posted by **cot** on Thursday, March 10, 2011 at 10:27pm.

Determine f′(2) for f (x) = g[h(x)], given

g(2) = 5, g′(2) = -3, g′(-6) = -3, h(2) = -6,

and h′(2) = 4.

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