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    Question continuity

    If f is a function on [0,1] for which f '(1/2) existsbut f '(1/2) does not belong to [0,1], then f is discontinous at x=1/2. State true or false .Giver reason?
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    Quote Originally Posted by puneet View Post
    If f is a function on [0,1] for which f '(1/2) existsbut f '(1/2) does not belong to [0,1], then f is discontinous at x=1/2. State true or false .Giver reason?
    Well as stated there is no problem as f(x)=100x will do as our function.

    So lets suppose f:[0,1] \leftarrow [0,1] , well then:

    <br />
f(x) = \left\{ {\begin{array}{ll}<br />
0, & {x < 1/4} \\<br />
{2x - 1/2}, & {1/4 \le x < 3/4} \\<br />
1, & {3/4 \le x} \\<br />
\end{array}} \right.<br />

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