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a. For the function and point below, find f'(a)
b. Determine an equation of the line tangent to the graph of f at (a,f(a)) for the given value of a
f(x) 4x2+3x, a-2
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a. For the function and point below, find f'(a) b. Determine an equation of the line tangent to the graph of f at (a,f(a)) for the given value of a f(x) 4x2+3x, a-2

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We have given the function f(x)= 4x2 +3x, a=-2 a. We have to find f'(a) Replacex by a in the given function We have f(a) 4a2 +3a Differentiate the above function with respect to a f (a) 2(4a)3(1) 8a+3 Substitute a-2 in the above derivative f-2) 8(-2)+3 =-13 Thus the value of f'(a) is -13

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