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Find the derivative of f(x)=7x-19 at x=2.

I think that the derivative would be 7 and theb times 2 so 14. Is this correct or would it just be 7.

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    derivative of f(x)=7x-19 at x=2

    f'(x) = 7
    f'(2) = 7

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    f'(x)=7

    for all values of x

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