# arrow_back Prove that $\frac{d}{d x}(c f(x))=c f^{\prime}(x)$ using the definition of the derivative.

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Prove that $\dfrac{d}{d x}(c f(x))=c f^{\prime}(x)$ using the definition of the derivative.

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