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Problem 1

Use the given graph to estimate the value of each derivative. Then sketch the graph of $$f^{\prime}$$.

(a) $$f^{\prime}(0)$$

(b) $$f^{\prime}(1)$$

(c) $$f^{\prime}(2)$$

(d) $$f^{\prime}(3)$$

(e) $$f^{\prime}(4)$$

(f) $$f^{\prime}(5)$$

(g) $$f^{\prime}(6)$$

(h) $$f^{\prime}(7)$$

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Text Transcription:

f’

f’(0)

f’(1)

f’(2)

f’(3)

f’(4)

f’(5)

f’(6)

f’(7)

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