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Asked Mar 14, 2019
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Let h(x)=f(g(x)). If g(3)=−4, g′(3)=5, f(−4)=−6, and f′(−4)=4, find h′(3).

Do not include "h′(3)=" in your answer.

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We have to find derivative of h(x) at x=3 .

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Step 2

We will use chain rule to find derivative .

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With the help of chain rule we will  find derivat...

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