# Derivatives

### Example 1

For the function *f*(*x*) below, draw a graph of *f'*(*x*). Don't worry too much about whether *f'* is straight or curvy - focus on getting it to cross the *x* axis in the right places.

### Example 2

For the function *f*(*x*) below, draw a graph of *f'*(*x*). Don't worry too much about whether *f'* is straight or curvy - focus on getting it to cross the *x* axis in the right places.

### Example 3

For the function *f*(*x*) below, draw a graph of *f'*(*x*). Don't worry too much about whether *f'* is straight or curvy - focus on getting it to cross the *x* axis in the right places.

### Example 4

*f*(*x*) below, draw a graph of *f'*(*x*). Don't worry too much about whether *f'* is straight or curvy - focus on getting it to cross the *x* axis in the right places.

### Example 5

From the graph of *f'*(*x*), draw a graph of *f*(*x*). Make sure to label each graph.

### Example 6

From the graph of *f'*(*x*), draw a graph of *f*(*x*). Make sure to label each graph.

### Example 7

From the graph of *f'*(*x*), draw a graph of *f*(*x*). Make sure to label each graph.

### Example 8

From the graph of *f'*(*x*), draw a graph of *f*(*x*). Make sure to label each graph.