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Asked Nov 5, 2019

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Step 1

Part (a) P(-3, 2) = [a, f(a)]

Hence, a = -3, f(a) = 2

Please see the whiteboard for the calculation of m_{tan} = slope of the tangent line = -6

Step 2

Part(b)

Equation of the tangent line at P will be:

[y - f(a)] = mtan[x - (-3)]

Hence,...

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