Hi,
Im struggling with this question:
If f satisfies the conditions of the inverse function theorem, except that condition that df is invertible, prove that f^{-1} does not exist or it is not continuouly differentiable
Hi,
Im struggling with this question:
If f satisfies the conditions of the inverse function theorem, except that condition that df is invertible, prove that f^{-1} does not exist or it is not continuouly differentiable