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###### Assuw:k; that 42 equatioh defius Xondy iplcity ^s aftevintizble fwctians X-f6,yg),fivd te slpe bf 4halve 4t # given Volve of + Yetu), Yfdt) X+3+*228,2y-4+=18,++3 'Sthe Slope of the Corvc at +3? Wlt

Assuw:k; that 42 equatioh defius Xondy iplcity ^s aftevintizble fwctians X-f6,yg),fivd te slpe bf 4halve 4t # given Volve of + Yetu), Yfdt) X+3+*228,2y-4+=18,++3 'Sthe Slope of the Corvc at +3? Wlt

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