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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