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Derivative graphs interactive

By Murray Bourne, 21 Nov 2012

I recently added a new interactive graph which lets you explore the changing slope of a few different curves as you change x-values.

Check out:

Derivatives Graphs

graphs of derivatives - interactive
One of the interactive derivative examples

Let me know what you think in the comments. Any suggestions?

See the 5 Comments below.

5 Comments on “Derivative graphs interactive”

  1. Alan Cooper says:

    If you want to be able to change the function you might like the version at http://qpr.ca/math/applets/DerivGraph/.

  2. Murray says:

    Thanks Alan. Good to hear from you. Yah, I'll try to add the option for the user to enter their own function. I have to sort out the scaling so their graph is in view, but can be done. Providing limited choices is easier to control šŸ™‚

  3. Brian Onyango says:

    I need some help.Am a first year student studying maths.Calculus has really become a thorn in my flesh

  4. Palfes says:

    please we need differentiation examples in pricise with well-organised graphs

  5. Murray says:

    @Palfes: Perhaps these 3 chapters my help:

    Introduction to Differentiation

    Applications of Differentiation

    Differentiation of Transcendental Functions

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