`f(x) = 2^40` Differentiate the function

mathwizard77 | Student

2^40 is a constant(number).  The derivative of any constant term is always zero.

mrssimms | Student

f(x)= 2^40  since it is a constant the derivative would be 0

kspcr111 | Student

Given 

f(x) = 2^40 as it is a constant so the derivative is 0 

so, f'(x) = 0

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