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Evaluate h'(6) where h(x) f(x) g(x) given the following.
f(6) 5
f'(6)2.5
g(6) 2
g'(6) 1
h'(x)
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Transcribed Image Text:Evaluate h'(6) where h(x) f(x) g(x) given the following. f(6) 5 f'(6)2.5 g(6) 2 g'(6) 1 h'(x)
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