# Finding f from f Create the graph of a continuous function ## Problem 56E Chapter 3.1

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Problem 56E

Finding ?f? from ?f??? Create the graph of a continuous function ?y? = ?f?(?x?), where Is there more than one possible graph?

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SOLUTION STEP 1 The graph of the given derivative function is Since this is a graph of derivative,we can understand that it is the slope of the original graph. Here,we can observe that the slope is positive for values x > 0 and is negative...

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