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if I have the function for a derivative (which it is impossible to find an integral for, by the way), how do I graph the original?

This graph is shaped kind of like an M, meaning it has some sharp points...on the original graph, would these be asymptotes or also sharp points??

thanx in advance

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# Graphing an antiderivative

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