# Calculate f prime for the following continuous function?

For that function,

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To calculate the derivative ( f'(x) ) of a continuous function ( f(x) ), you can use differentiation rules such as the power rule, product rule, quotient rule, and chain rule depending on the form of the function. Please provide the specific continuous function ( f(x) ) for which you want to calculate the derivative ( f'(x) ), and I'll be able to help you with the calculation.

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