Which of the following functions is differentiable at x = 0?
Let f (x) = [n + p sin x], x Ïµ (0, π), n Ïµ Z and p is a prime number, where [.] denotes the greatest integer function. Then find the number of points where f (x) is not differential.
Fill in the blank, statement given below let . The set of points where f (x) is twice differentiable is ……………. .
The number of points in (1, 3), where is not differentiable is:
Let f and g be differentiable function satisfying g’ (a) = 2, g (a) = b andfog = I (identity function)
Then, f ’(b) is equal to:
If the function , (where [.] denotes the greatest integer function) is continuous and differentiable in (4, 6), then.