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    Talking graphs of primes?!??! whaaat?

    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

    disclaimer: i can assure you: i will be here at odd times during this weekend. test wednesday, so sorry if i seem overactive on here soon. i just found this site. !! plz &tyvm.
    Last edited by jayjay60; September 26th 2009 at 09:16 AM. Reason: changes
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