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1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

Suppose that f'(x) = (2x)(f(x)) and f(2) = 5

Find g'(∏/3) if g(x) = f(secx)

2. Relevant equations

no idea

3. The attempt at a solution

No idea where to begin but i'll give it a try...

nothing comes to mind...i don't know where to start...

before I attempt to solve, can anyone explain what this question even means? or point me in the direction to some online source that explains this...I would greatly appreciate it.

I never had a problem where there was a function of the form f(x) within a derivative function statement.

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# Homework Help: F'(x) = 2x(f(x)) and f(2) = 5, find

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