Does there exist a function whose derivative exists everywhere, is strictly increasing and discontinuous?

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I'm asking that the derivative be strictly increasing and discontinuous, not

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- October 11th 2011, 04:40 AMSlipEternalStrictly Increasing Discontinuous Derivative
Does there exist a function whose derivative exists everywhere, is strictly increasing and discontinuous?

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I'm asking that the derivative be strictly increasing and discontinuous, not - October 11th 2011, 09:05 AMDrexel28Re: Strictly Increasing Discontinuous Derivative
No, there does not. By Darboux's theorem derivatives have the intermediate value property, and it's a common fact that an injective function on an interval that has the intermediate value property is continuous (cf. here for example)