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use the four step process to find f'(x) and then find f'(1), f'(2), and f'(3)

F(x)= X^{2}-2X+3

Step 1

The given function is

Step 2

Find *F*(*x*+*h*) as shown below:

Step 3

Find *F*(*x*+*h*)–*F*(*x*) as shown bel...

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