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The derivative is a major tool for investigating the behavior of a function. Since functions are ubiquitous, so are their derivatives. Velocity, growth rates, marginal costs, and material strain are all examples of derivatives. We motivate and define the derivative and compute a few examples, then discuss how features of a function are manifested in its derivative.
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