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In the mean value theorems, we discuss the continuity of a given function in the closed interval and the differentiability in the open interval. Why we don’t discuss its differentiability in the closed interval?
yeh is liay k aik function [a,b] k closed interval par continuous tou ho sakta hai, par [a,b] par differentiable nahin ho sakta...
example hai y = sqrt(1-x^2)
yeh function x = -1 and 1…
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