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The Taylor Series of a real or complex-valued function f(x) that is infinitely differentiable at a real or complex number a is the power series; this serves as a way to approximate a polynomial

The Taylor Series of a real or complex-valued function f(x) that is infinitely differentiable at a real or complex number a is the power series; this serves as a way to approximate a polynomial

Further Maths Interest - Weierstrass Function

Further Maths Interest - Weierstrass Function

How to differentiate a non-differentiable function

How to differentiate a non-differentiable function

Differentiable function - Wikipedia

Differentiable function - Wikipedia

When is a function NOT differentiable.  (Video from Khan Academy)

When is a function NOT differentiable. (Video from Khan Academy)

Theory and Applications of Differentiable Functions of Several Variables by S. M. Nikolskii Download

Theory and Applications of Differentiable Functions of Several Variables by S. M. Nikolskii Download

Differentiable Functions on Bad Domains. Vladimir G. Maz'ya, Sergei V. Poborchi

Differentiable Functions on Bad Domains. Vladimir G. Maz'ya, Sergei V. Poborchi

Through this investigation students learn that continuous functions can either be differentiable or nondifferentiable. Students are reminded that d...

Calculus: Investigating Differentiability and Continuity with the Calculator

Through this investigation students learn that continuous functions can either be differentiable or nondifferentiable. Students are reminded that d...

In mathematics, the directional derivative of a multivariate differentiable function along a given vector v at a given point x intuitively represents the instantaneous rate of change of the function, moving through x with a velocity specified by v. It therefore generalizes the notion of a partial derivative, in which the rate of change is taken along one of the coordinate curves, all other coordinates being constant. #Glogster #DirectionalDerivatives

In mathematics, the directional derivative of a multivariate differentiable function along a given vector v at a given point x intuitively represents the instantaneous rate of change of the function, moving through x with a velocity specified by v. It therefore generalizes the notion of a partial derivative, in which the rate of change is taken along one of the coordinate curves, all other coordinates being constant. #Glogster #DirectionalDerivatives

when is a function not differentiable.mov

when is a function not differentiable.mov

Proof that every Differentiable Function is Continuous

Proof that every Differentiable Function is Continuous

A Continuous Differentiable Function, 2011, oil, graphite and mixed media on paper on panel, 40" x 40"

A Continuous Differentiable Function, 2011, oil, graphite and mixed media on paper on panel, 40" x 40"

Continuous Everywhere but Differentiable Nowhere | I have no idea why I picked this blog name, but there's no turning back now

Continuous Everywhere but Differentiable Nowhere | I have no idea why I picked this blog name, but there's no turning back now