Problem Solving







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excellent applets
 interactive exercises on the
graphs of f(x), f'(x) and f"(x) by the Maths Online in Austria.
Don't forget to try the derivative puzzle.
 MathServ
Calculus Toolkit by Vanderbilt University, USA
 the table already
includes many useful operators for higher mathematics. In addition,
you can click on the "graphing" section below the table
and the computer will plot graphs of y=f'(x) and y=f"(x) for
a given y=f(x).




