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Homework Help: COLLEGE CALCULUS.

Posted by LISA on Monday, February 27, 2012 at 12:16am.

i don't understand this problem
Let F(x)=f(x^4) and G(x)=(f(x))^4. You also know that a^3=2, f'(a)=13, f'(a^4)=15. Find F'(a) and G'(a).

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