Question

Asked Feb 16, 2019

If f′(−3)=−10, and g(x)=−8f(x), what is g′(−3)?

Do not include "g′(−3)=" in your answer. For example, if you found g′(−3)=7, you would enter 7.

Step 1

To evaluate derivatives of constasnt times the given function

Step 2

Step 3

In our case, f'(-3) =-10; so ...

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