Calculus: Calculus, General Integration – #26727

Question: Let g be a differentiable function whose values and derivatives for selected t are given by the table below.

Define a new function h, by the equation

\[h\left( x \right)=\frac{g\left( x/3 \right)-1}{g\left( x/2 \right)+1}\]

Compute h’ (x) for as many values of x as the table allows.

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