i know that if a function is differentiable on X_0

then lim [f(x+x_0)-f(x_0)]/[x-x_0] exist

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- January 20th 2009, 11:06 AMtransgalacticon what point these function are differentiable..
i know that if a function is differentiable on X_0

then lim [f(x+x_0)-f(x_0)]/[x-x_0] exist

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- January 21st 2009, 07:40 AMtransgalactic
regarding A:

you descibed the function correctly

how do you choose what numbers to pick

after that i just put them into the formula

and if i get a final limit then its deferentiable on that point.

how do you choose what numbers to pick?

regarding b:

how did you know to check for 0

and only for 0

?? - January 24th 2009, 12:52 PMtransgalactic
how to choose what points to test

??