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# 31, evaluate each of the following and simplily your answers_  3) Given g(r) = 1? 9(21)s(c - 4)2(2 _ +h-92) The difference quotient of g at 2:...

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###### 31, evaluate each of the following and simplily your answers_  3) Given g(r) = 1? 9(21)s(c - 4)2(2 _ +h-92) The difference quotient of g at 2:

31, evaluate each of the following and simplily your answers_  3) Given g(r) = 1? 9(21) s(c - 4) 2(2 _ +h-92) The difference quotient of g at 2:  #### Similar Solved Questions

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