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The animation illustrates the basic mathematical relationship between a derivation function and a master function.
The curve in the upper right area describes the position of the object. The shape of the curve can be interactively changed with the mouse. The first derivation function refers to the speed, the second to the acceleration. Both derivation functions adapt automatically when the master function is changed.
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The curve, which describes the distance of the object, can be interactively changed with the mouse. The start and end points are simply moved with the mouse. The slopes are set with the other points.
In the representation of the moving object in the upper left area, the acceleration is represented by a vector arrow.
Title:  Introduction to differential and integral calculus 

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In the representation of the moving object in the upper left area, the acceleration is represented by a vector arrow.
Basis of the integral calculus
Geometric relationships at the quadrangle
Basic principles of differential and integral calculus
Authoring tool: Adobe Animate
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