Calculus, math, Marketing Management

a) Use the simplified difference quotient method to find g''(x) for

g(x)= (2)/(1+2x)

b) Determine an equation for the tangent line to the graph of g in part a) at x=0

c) Give the x-values at which f is not differentiable

d) Find f''(-2.5) and f''(3)
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