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If P(x) = g^2(x), then P'(3) =

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

I am not quite sure what g^2(x) means...

But my assumption is do the derivative of g^2(x), so it becomes 2g(x), then put the 3 in for x?

so the final answer will be 2g(3) ?

It looks weird to me, so I am not sure if I am doing it correctly or not.

Please advise, thank you.

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# Homework Help: If P(x) = g^2(x), then P'(3) = ?

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