Most of the class 12 students find it difficult to understand the term “DIFFERENTIABILITY”. Have a look over it and understand it properly.
Let us suppose that if y = f(x) is a function and limδx→0f(x+δx)−f(x)δx is the imitative of the particular function at any point is (x,f(x)). Thus, we can sum up that the function f is differential at the point x if the limit of X remain in existence. If it doesn’t subsist, at that point of time we can pronounce that the function is not differentiate. You must always keep in mind that each differential function is uninterrupted, but every continuous task is not degree of difference.
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