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Can you find this kind of function? (Posted on 2006-08-28) Difficulty: 4 of 5
Can you find a function that is differentiable at the origin but the function itself is not continuous at the origin?

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re: Possible Solution -- fallacySteve Herman2006-10-25 12:25:53
Some ThoughtsPossible Solutiongregg2006-10-25 00:23:28
Some ThoughtsHow about distributions?JLo2006-09-25 18:58:16
It All Depends On ...Richard2006-08-30 14:33:14
Not quite a solution: Infinite dimensional spacesJLo2006-08-29 12:13:02
Solution"Partial" solutionJLo2006-08-29 10:13:26
Submit solutionsGamer2006-08-28 23:16:29
re: Computer solutionSteve Herman2006-08-28 12:55:46
SolutionComputer solutionJLo2006-08-28 12:46:18
Hints/TipsSome ideas, could be spoilerJLo2006-08-28 11:49:53
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