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Identifying Graphs of First and Second Derivatives Activity

Identifying Graphs of 1st and 2nd Derivatives (Activity)

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Graphing the Derivative of a Function: Inquiry Activity

Guided inquiry activity - Students use a straightedge and learn to graph the derivative of a function. They draw conclusions about the degree of the function and investigate second derivatives.


Calculus Graphical Organizer (could be modified to use as "when to use statistical techniques or charts")


Concavity, Inflection Points and Second Derivatives - good examples of algebraic work involved

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Identifying Graphs of First and Second Derivatives Activity

Matching the graph of a function with the graphs of its 1st and 2nd derivative - Calculus


07-02-Implicit Differentiation Second Derivative

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Graphing Calculator Reference Sheet: Graph a Derivative

This graphing calculator reference sheet guides students step-by-step on how to graph the first and second derivative of a function on the calculator.Teaching graphing calculator skills help students with: SpeedMaking connectionsChecking for accuracyLeaping hurdles*Reference sheet can be used with a TI-83 or TI-84 graphing calculator.Please look at the preview to find out more information about this resource.Benefits of following this store:Save $$$ - Follow this store and receive updates…


Acceleration, second derivative of the position vector... in unit distance per unti time ever unit of the time.... Overdrive Maximum dictates attrition in every direction. Always GO, in double forward or double reverse... (2/15/13)


What is point of inflection of a function? Point of inflection of a function is defined as the point where the function changes the concavity, concave up corresponds to a positive second derivative and concave downward corresponds to a negative second derivative therefore at this point when the function changes from concave up to concave downward then the second derivative must be equal to zero at that point.