Let be a function defined as ,x>=0 , x<0. What can be said about its differentiability? Is is differentiable at 0? If yes, how many times?
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Verify so , : Now, you can study the existence or not of . Fernando Revilla
I am getting ,x>=0 ,x<0 which is differentiable. Differentiating, , x>=0 ,x<0 This is also continuous and differentiable at 0, and so on. So I think it is correct that the function is infinitely differentiable. Am I right?
Originally Posted by Sambit So I think it is correct that the function is infinitely differentiable. Am I right? No, prove that: so, does not exist. Fernando Revilla
Okay....got it. thank you.