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Derive • Extract • Draw • Retrieve

I want to figure out how to operate properly with these words.

I have a situation, and my task is to extract the benefit from this situation.
In this meaning, does Extract = Derive, Draw, Retrieve ?

What the difference?

Example:
It needs to derive the maximum benefit from every last cent that it spends.
Questions: 1st - it needs; it spends; do we talk about the situation generally not about someone specific as she needs or he needs.. it needs = in general, like we just consider such a necessity (without attachment to a concrete person, it might be it needs for everyone)???
2st - "derive" appears as an "extract" here with the same idea, analogically, we could say - to draw or to retrieve ???

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