Posted by **Steff** on Wednesday, June 15, 2011 at 11:29am.

25) Suppose F(x) = g(2x^2 + 2). Find F(1) if g'(4) = -3.

This is the question on my take home test. Seems to me that the question is wrong. Should it be f'(1) if g'(4) = -3?

Your thoughts?

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