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## Homework Statement

Let F(x)= f(x^8) and G(x)=(f(x))^8. You also know that a^7= 14, f(a)=2, f'(a)= 10, f'(a^8)=4 Find F'(a)=______ and G'(a)=______

## Homework Equations

## The Attempt at a Solution

G(a)=(f(a))^8

G'(a)=8(f(a))^7*(f'(a))

G'(a)=8(2)^7*10

G'(a)=10240

F(a)=f(a^8)

F'(a)=k(f'(a))

F'(a)=1*(4)

F'(a)=4

One of the two is incorrect but I do not know which one and I am am not sure how to go about finding it