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The solution to this problem is incorrect.

It is listed under Applying Differentiation to Log Functions. The directions state that g(x) and h(x) have no common factors, yet it shows g(x)=9 and h(x)=3x-6. Clearly they have a common factor of 3 so g(x) should be 3 and h(x) should be x-2. Therefore g(4)+h(4)=5.

Note by Rod McKinney
3 years, 2 months ago

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