Posted by **Alannah** on Monday, December 3, 2012 at 4:54pm.

Sketch a possible graph of a continuous function f that has domain [0,3], where f(0)=-3 and the graph of y=f'(x) is shown.

Thank you so much for the help. It is making the concepts far more clear.

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