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# Solved: How is a function’s differentiability at a point

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## Solution for problem 7E Chapter 3.R

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Problem 7E

How is a function’s differentiability at a point related to its continuity there, if at all?

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MATH 2450 WEEK 4 Curvature ­the reciprocal of the radius of the oscillating circle Flat Line Definition of Curvature R(t) if R(s) where ‘s’ is the arclength then k(s)= || T’(s) || Function If R(t) where ‘t’ is generic...

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