Question

Let h(x)= f(x)/ g(x), where f(−3)=7,f′(−3)=−9,g(−3)=−2, and g′(−3)=1. What is h′(−3)?

Do not include "h′(−3)=" in your answer. For example, if you found h′(−3)=20, you would enter 20.

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