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###### 5, Usin9 the de finition 2 the lervatiie 3 function 4 Point, Calculak S (-2) eay Sc) = Xt3 -X6. Using the Refi-tion 0 te deri Vative # functibn a} Poit) Calculale 9'() Pay 9x) = 4 ~x?

5, Usin9 the de finition 2 the lervatiie 3 function 4 Point, Calculak S (-2) eay Sc) = Xt3 -X 6. Using the Refi-tion 0 te deri Vative # functibn a} Poit) Calculale 9'() Pay 9x) = 4 ~x?  #### Similar Solved Questions

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