 derived curve

Math.a curve whose equation is the derivative of the equation of a given curve.
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Universalium. 2010.
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Universalium. 2010.
derived curve — noun : the graph of the derivative of a function of one variable whose graph is the given curve called also first derived curve * * * Math. a curve whose equation is the derivative of the equation of a given curve … Useful english dictionary
first derived curve — noun see derived curve … Useful english dictionary
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