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Posted: 2013-07-02
Derivative of a function
Derivative of a function
$${dF (x) \over dx}=lim_{\epsilon \rightarrow 0} {F(x+\epsilon)-F(x)\over \epsilon}$$

The derivative of a function $F(x)$ denotes the slop of the graph $(F(x),x)$. Lim denotes the limit where $\epsilon$ goes toward zero.