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If there are given 2 graphs in which one of them is the graph of the derivative of the other graph (that graph is the antiderivative - the "original" one), how can I tell the graph of a derivative from a graph of an antiderivative?

In another case: the graph of the derivative is given with some necessary

information for the graph of the unknown - antiderivative.... how can I

figure out that required graph of the anitderivative from the given clues?

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# I need help on the graphs of antiderivatives

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