HELP?!?!?
okay! so our class is into derivatives, and now into graphs of primes.
to my knowledge, our teacher never fully explained how to get f'(x)=graphed when f(x) is given. i need someone to explain. you don't need to show me the graph-->the answer's in the back of the book. i just need to know how to work it. please? i'm getting quite discouraged. calculus is so fast-paced and i'm a slow learner. but i absolutely love it, i'm such a geek for math. sad, sad story, but okay!
sketch graph of a function "f" for which f(0)=0.
f'(0)=3
f'(1)=0
f'(2)=-1
well, there's another that the answer ISN'T in the back. so if you would like to show me the graph somehow, that would be nice!
g(0)=0
g'(0)=0
g'(-1)=-1
g'(1)=-1
g'(2)=1
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