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3

$3$

Steps Using Derivative Rule for Sum

\frac { d } { d x } ( 3x+7 )

$dxd (3x+7)$

The derivative of a polynomial is the sum of the derivatives of its terms. The derivative of a constant term is 0. The derivative of ax^{n} is nax^{\left(n-1\right)}.

The derivative of a polynomial is the sum of the derivatives of its terms. The derivative of a constant term is $0$. The derivative of $ax_{n}$ is $nax_{(n−1)}$.

3x^{\left(1-1\right)}

$3x_{(1−1)}$

Subtract 1 from 1.

Subtract $1$ from $1$.

3x^{0}

$3x_{0}$

For any term t except 0, t^{0}=1.

For any term $t$ except $0$, $t_{0}=1$.

3\times 1=3

$3×1=3$

For any term t, t\times 1=t and 1t=t.

For any term $t$, $t×1=t$ and $1t=t$.

3

$3$

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3x^{\left(1-1\right)}

The derivative of a polynomial is the sum of the derivatives of its terms. The derivative of a constant term is 0. The derivative of ax^{n} is nax^{\left(n-1\right)}.

3x^{0}

Subtract 1 from 1.

3\times 1=3

For any term t except 0, t^{0}=1.

3

For any term t, t\times 1=t and 1t=t.

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