Two functions f and g are such that f(4)=3, f prime (4)= -2, g(4)=7, and g prime (4)=5. Determine (1/g^2) prime(4). By "prime" I mean when there is something that looks like a little "1" exponent on the letter.
Please help and give clear step by step explanations. Thanks.
The Attempt at a Solution
I know what is the quotient and product rules are, but I have no idea how to approach this question.