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Asked Mar 15, 2019

Assume that f'(4)= -7, g'(1)=1/5, g(1)=4, and y=f(g(x)). What is y' at x=1?

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Step 1

The given values are f'(4)= -7, g'(1)=1/5, g(1)=4 .

And the function is y = f ( g ).

Step 2

The chain rule is,

Step 3

Thus, the derivative of...

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