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Suppose g (x) is increasing and concave up everywhere and
g (A) = 9, g '(A) = 17, h = 0.01
estimate g(A-h)

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    The anwser is actually 8.83 you just have to assume a value for A and then find the tangent line of g(A) and plug in the estimated values to get the anwser.

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