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Find f'(x)

The derivative of a constant is always 0. No matter the size the derivative of 1000 is the same as the derivative of 2 or 1. Since the derivative is the slope of the function at any given point, then the slope of a constant function is always 0. Hence, the derivative of a constant function is always 0.

f'(x)=0

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