Posted by **Robert** on Wednesday, March 7, 2007 at 7:50pm.

Find two functions that this could be the derivative of:

y'=4x+7

I have one: y=2x^2 + 7x

I cant think of another one!!

add a constant.

Remember that you can add an arbitrary constant to any integral. The derivative will be the same.

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