When is a function differentiable?
Differentiation
Mathematical Methods: Units 3 and 4
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This video is part of the Mathematical Methods Units 3 and 4 course. It looks at the conditions which are required for a function to be differentiable. There is also a look at what makes a function continuous. This is a pretty important part of this course.
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