# How do you find the derivative of #f(t)=4t#?

The derivative of

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To find the derivative of f(t) = 4t, you apply the power rule for derivatives. In this case, since 4t can be written as 4t^1, the derivative is obtained by multiplying the coefficient (4) by the exponent (1), resulting in the derivative f'(t) = 4.

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