# Derivative+line

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**Derivative**— This article is an overview of the term as used in calculus. For a less technical overview of the subject, see Differential calculus. For other uses, see Derivative (disambiguation) …2

**derivative**— derivatively, adv. derivativeness, n. /di riv euh tiv/, adj. 1. derived. 2. not original; secondary. n. 3. something derived. 4. Also called derived form. Gram. a form that has undergone derivation from anoth …3

**Line integral**— Topics in Calculus Fundamental theorem Limits of functions Continuity Mean value theorem Differential calculus  Derivative Change of variables Implicit differentiation Taylor s theorem Related rates …4

**Derivative suit**— A shareholder derivative suit is a lawsuit brought by a shareholder on behalf of a corporation against a third party. Often, the third party is an insider of the corporation, such as an executive officer or director. Shareholder derivative suits… …5

**Derivative of a constant**— In calculus, the derivative of a constant function is zero (A constant function is one that does not depend on the independent variable, such as f(x) = 7). The rule can be justified in various ways. The derivative is the slope of the tangent to… …6

**Derivative (examples)**— Example 1Consider f ( x ) = 5:: f (x)=lim {h ightarrow 0} frac{f(x+h) f(x)}{h} = lim {h ightarrow 0} frac{f(x+h) 5}{h} = lim {h ightarrow 0} frac{(5 5)}{h} = lim {h ightarrow 0} frac{0}{h} = lim {h ightarrow 0} 0 = 0The derivative of a constant… …7

**Line graph**— This article is about the mathematical concept. For statistical presentation method, see line chart. In graph theory, the line graph L(G) of undirected graph G is another graph L(G) that represents the adjacencies between edges of G. The name… …8

**Line of credit**— Finance Financial markets Bond market …9

**line**— [OE] The closest modern English line comes to its ancestor is probably in the fisherman’s ‘rod and line’ – a ‘string’ or ‘chord’. For it goes back to Latin līnea ‘string’. This was a derivative of līnum ‘flax’ (source of English linen), and hence …10

**line**— [OE] The closest modern English line comes to its ancestor is probably in the fisherman’s ‘rod and line’ – a ‘string’ or ‘chord’. For it goes back to Latin līnea ‘string’. This was a derivative of līnum ‘flax’ (source of English linen), and hence …