#### Answer

Curve a represents $f$, curve b $f'$ and curve c $f''$.

#### Work Step by Step

First, look at curve c.
We see that curve c has 2 local extrema (the point at which the graph changes from going up to down and vice versa). Therefore, if curve represents $f$ or $f'$, one of the other curves must have 2 points at which it crosses the $Ox$ line (to change from positive to negative and vice versa).
However, both of the other curves each crosses the $Ox$ line only 1 time.
Therefore, curve c must represent $f''$.
Now look at curve a and curve b.
The only local extrema of curve b is near the $Oy$ line. If curve b represents $f$ and curve a represents $f'$, then at the point of the local extrema of curve b, curve a would pass the $Ox$ line.
However, curve a does not pass the $Ox$ line at that point.
Therefore, curve a represents $f$ and curve $b$ represents $f'$.