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Examples on Differentiability (Part II)
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Sachin Rana
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6:49......f(x)=1 implies it is a constant function.......which means it is continuous and differenciable for any x ....and is a periodic function too..
bhaia last question samajh nhi aaya ki apne func ko distribute kaise kia .pl elaborate
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sir at 4:40 how are you finding the points where it is non differentiable??