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We know that the value of the derivative of a function f at a point x represents the slope of the tangent line to the graph of f at the point (x, f (x)). If that slope is positive, then the tangent line rises as x increases from left to right, hence so does the curve (we say that the function is increasing). If instead the slope of the tangent line is negative, then the tangent line falls as x increases from left to right, hence so does the curve (we say that the function is decreasing). We summarize: On an interval where f > 0 the graph of f goes uphill. On an interval where f < 0 the graph of f goes downhill. See Figure 3.1. With some additional thought, we can also get useful information from the second derivative. If f = ( f ) > 0 at a point, then f is increasing. Hence the slope of the tangent line is getting ever greater (the graph is concave up). The picture must be as in Figure 3.2(a) or 3.2(b). If instead f = ( f ) < 0 at a point then f is decreasing. Hence the slope of the tangent line is getting ever less (the graph is concave down). The picture must be as in Figure 3.3(a) or 3.3(b). Using information about the first and second derivatives, we can render rather accurate graphs of functions. We now illustrate with some examples.
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Computer languages do not exist in a void. Rather, they relate to one another, with each new language influenced in one form or another by the ones that came before. In a process akin to cross-pollination, features from one language are adapted by another, a new innovation is integrated into an existing context, or an older construct is removed. In this way, languages evolve and the art of programming advances. C# is no exception.
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