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Let g be a function that is defined for all x, x ≠ 2, such that g(3)=4 and the derivative of g is g′(x)=
x^2–16/x−2, with x≠2.

Write an equation for the tangent line to the graph of g at the point where x = 3.

Does this tangent line lie above or below the graph at this point? Justify your answer.

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