12th Calculus
let f'(x)=4x^312x^2
a. find three different functions with derivative equal to f'(x)
b. find the behavior
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f(x) = x^4 + 4x^3 + c , where c is any constant. Put in any c value you want.
They would differ from each other by a vertical shift.
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