CBSE Class 12-science Answered
|x| is a function that is continuous everywhere but isn 't differentiable at exactly one point.
Define a function f(x), such that
f(x) = |x| for x<0, f(x) = sinx, for 0?x<22/7, f(x) = |x-22/7| for x?22/7
Then this function is continuous everywhere, but will have two points where it is not differentiable.
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