if f(x)=2 |x-3| for all x, then the value of the derivative f'(x) at x=3 is.. [Solved]

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The derivate is
f'(x)= (x-3)/|x-3|, it cannot exist for x=3 because the x must be differrent from 3

see http://math.stackexchange.com/questions/83861/find

e: nonexistant

non exist
abs(x-3)= { x-3; x.=3
= {-x 3: x<3 der {1 {-1 so there is no deri at x=3

e: nonexistant

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