# Question #e236a

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Nov 27, 2017

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#### Explanation:

A derivative is essentially an expression for the **instantaneous rate of change** of a function. Therefore, when your function has *no* rate of change, your instantaneous rate of change (i.e. your derivative) will be 0.

This is what's happening in your case: *constant*. You can infer this from the graph below:

Notice that even as your x-values keep increasing, y-values do not

Therefore, it has a derivative of 0.

For more info on the concept of a derivative, check out the video below:

Hope that helped :)