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ksaimouli Group Title

how to graph this with in 30 sec

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    |dw:1351525495611:dw|

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    this is deferentiable or not how can i say /

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    @Callisto

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    how can i figure out whether this function is differentiable or not

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    This function is differentiable only at where this function exists

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    The derivative of this function would be \[\large \frac{d}{dx}(x^{\frac{2}{5}})=\frac{2}{5x^{\frac{3}{5}}}\]

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    Differentiable from 0 to \(+\infty\)

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    Wait, I'm not sure :/

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    Hmm... A function is differentiable when the left hand limit = right hand limit as x-> c, I think? Of course, that function must be continuous. Perhaps you can read this: http://www.math.wfu.edu/tutorials/Math111/ContinuityandDifferentiability.pdf Check the part differentiability.

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    nope can any one explain how to graph without taking points

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    this one has corner so not differentiated

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