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Constant, Identity, and Power Rules
Derivative of a constant is zero and the derivative of x^n = (n)x^(n-1).
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Shows how to determine the derivatives of simple polynomials.
MAT.CAL.203.01 (Constant Derivatives and the Power Rule - Math Analysis)
MAT.CAL.203.01 (Constant, Identity, and Power Rules - Calculus)
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