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Computing Derivatives

Lines

We've seen lines before. The restroom at half-time, the blue things on notebook paper...and they were all over algebra. y = mx  +  b, anyone? Lines are a special case of polynomials. Once we master them, we'll be ready to add some power. As in the power of 2. Not rangers

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