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MiniTank

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how exactly do you go from a graph of a function to plotting the graph of the derivative of its function?

ex: y=f(x) .. this is just the general shape with the intercepts(check the attatchment)

im not sure but when going from the original function to its derivative, does the function lose a turning point, making this a straight line?

ex: y=f(x) .. this is just the general shape with the intercepts(check the attatchment)

im not sure but when going from the original function to its derivative, does the function lose a turning point, making this a straight line?

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