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Given that
f(x)x)
h(-1) 3
Calculate f(-1)
[HINT: Use the product rule and the power rule.]
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Transcribed Image Text:Given that f(x)x) h(-1) 3 Calculate f(-1) [HINT: Use the product rule and the power rule.]
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