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### Differentiate the function. $f(x) = 5.2x + 2.3$

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Problem 4

Differentiate the function.
$f(x) = e^5$

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Frank L.
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Calculus: Early Transcendentals

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he is Claire's. So when you read here so deriving E to the fifth, you have to remember that a derivative of a constant, always zero and eat to the fifth is a constant, so it's going to be zero.