# Graphic derivative --- Introduction ---

This module is an exercise on the graphical recognition of the derivative of a function.

The server will give you the curve of a continuous and differentiable function $f\left(x\right)$ on the interval [-2,2]. This function is randomly generated by the server, and its expression is hidden from you. You will then be presented with a certain number of other curves, and have to recognize among them that of the derivative function $f\prime \left(x\right)$ (or one of $f\prime \left(-x\right)$, $-f\prime \left(x\right)$ ou $-f\prime \left(-x\right)$, according to the configuration of the exercise). To send the reply, you can simply click on the curve which you think is the good one.

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