Let f:R-R be differentiable at ceR ...
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Let f:R-R be differentiable at ceR and f(c)=0. Ifg(x) = f(x), then at x=c, gis (1) not differentiable (2) differentiable if f'(c) = 0 (3) differentiable if f'(c)=0 (4) not differentiable if f'(c)=0

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( x+c^{c}=x g(x)=(y(x))+d i f ) ( Rightarrow x in R )
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