If the average rate of change of a function f over the interval from x = 2 to x= 2 + h is given by 7e^h -4cos(2h), then f ' (2) = ?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

This is what I got:

[f(2 + h) - f(h)]/h = 7e^h -4cos(2h)

I know we are supposed to used Mean-Value Theorem, I just don't get how to do it.

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# Average Rate of Change/Differentiation Problem

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