anonymous
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Number of points if discontinuity of [6sinx] x belongs to [o,pi] and [.] denotes greatest integer function
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anonymous
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On \(0\le x\le\pi\) we find \(0\le\sin x\le 1\) and thus \(0\le6\sin x\le6\)
anonymous
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Cant understand
anonymous
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Ok clr

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anonymous
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Nxt¿
anonymous
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Note that our function is essentially identical apart from reversal on \([0,\pi/2],[\pi/2,\pi]\). On each we see a monotone progression from \(0\) to \(6\) (and vice versa) and thus \(5+1+5=11\) total discontinuities
anonymous
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anonymous
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oops \(6+6=12\)
anonymous
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It means 012345-two times and 6 one time
anonymous
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??
anonymous
  • anonymous
It means 012345-two times and 6 one time
anonymous
  • anonymous
@oldrin.bataku ?? It will be 13 na 012345 twice and 6 one time
anonymous
  • anonymous
@ajaysagar only count the discontinuities... 0-1, 1-2, 2-3, 3-4, 4-5, 5-6, 6-5, 5-4, 4-3, 3-2, 2-1, 1-0
anonymous
  • anonymous
12 in total
anonymous
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okay

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