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3-189.

Write the tangent line in point-slope form: *y* − *y*_{1} = *m*(*x* − *x*_{1})

Find the point by evaluating *g*(0). Careful! Notice the denominator.

Though the denominator 'cancels out', there remains a hole in the graph at *z* = 0. Since there is no point, there is no line, and consequently no tangent line.

Step 2 would be to use *g* '(*z*) to find the slope at *z* = 0. However, since the tangent line does not exist, there is no reason to find its slope!