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    Oscillation in differentiability

    I know it's not.
    All the book uses to explain it is a problem I don't understand.

    I can put the problem, but it's long and mostly just proves oscillation isn't differentiable.

    So my question is:

    WHAT IS OSCILLATION?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Truthbetold View Post
    I know it's not.
    All the book uses to explain it is a problem I don't understand.

    I can put the problem, but it's long and mostly just proves oscillation isn't differentiable.

    So my question is:

    WHAT IS OSCILLATION?
    I suppose that depends on what topic you are covering. I would guess the best idea would be to post the example. (I'm apparently telling you to do a lot of typing. Sorry!)

    -Dan
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