Let for and , and let for . Then both f and g are differentiable on [0,1] and for . Show that and that does not exist.
Last edited by frenchguy87; April 7th 2010 at 03:53 PM.
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Originally Posted by frenchguy87 Let for and , and let for . Then both f and g are differentiable on [0,1] and for . Show that and that does [?] exist. But surely, there must be a typo in the statement of your problem: does not exist, since it boils down to .
fixed!
does anyone know?
Originally Posted by frenchguy87 does anyone know? Where are you having problems? This is rather straight forward.
Never mind I figured it out earlier.
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