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###### Question 14g(x)h(x)LLvaluesr-valuesg(2) If f(e) = then h(z)Question Help:VideoSubmit QuestionJump to AnswerQuestion 15Score on last try: 0 of 10 pts. See Details for more:Try a similar question You can retry this question belowIf fle) = find: Vz + 4f'(2)f'(2)Question Help: VideoSubmit Question Jump to Answerf' (1)

Question 14 g(x) h(x) L L values r-values g(2) If f(e) = then h(z) Question Help: Video Submit Question Jump to Answer Question 15 Score on last try: 0 of 10 pts. See Details for more: Try a similar question You can retry this question below If fle) = find: Vz + 4 f'(2) f'(2) Question Help: Video Submit Question Jump to Answer f' (1)  #### Similar Solved Questions

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