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This is the original graph how would the derivative look

rigth

so

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so then the derivative just goes along the x line

No, the derivative passes through the x-axis at those 3 points :) now let's find some other points.

ok

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ok

well then there you ave it

|dw:1362965734778:dw|Now the function is starting to come together! c:

Have you learned about inflection points? :o
Is this all too confusing farmergal? :c

no so then does it just go up to the x line then hit the dots on the x line.

Yes, but it will keep going past the x line, how far? Well until we reach the inflection point.

Now I'm confussed when you say it keeps going to the inflection point.

|dw:1362965901972:dw|Right around that point, it changes from `Concave Up` to `Concave Down`.

|dw:1362965979553:dw|SO it will look like this

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Ummmm yah it looks like that's where we're headed :)

ok I got it so far.

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ok

ok go it

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Something like that, the original graph was a tad sloppy. So it's hard to say for certain :) heh

ok got it thanks