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Differentiation problem

Discussion in '$1 Daily Competition' started by xpi0t0s, Aug 9, 2009.

  1. SaswatPadhi

    SaswatPadhi ~ Б0ЯИ Τ0 С0δЭ ~

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    Now the last para was not very polite ....
    but I guess Mentors have some kinda license to say like that.

    My skull is not yet thick man, and I don't have to forcefully open it (which is probably the case with you ...).
    You don't know how crazy you look ... when you say N=3 and x=3.

    > Getting through to you is like trying to stone a donkey to death with ripe figs.
    Precisely .. if you are not thorough with what you are talking aboout.
     
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    Yes ... exactly,
    and there is no question at all, of a derivative of f(x), as it's bound to integer set, which is discontinuous.

    You get that xp ??????????????
     
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    May be May be not but now I have managed to answer why the differencials would be different which I started after 88th Post
     
  4. xpi0t0s

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    Yeah I got that. I can't believe you think members of the f(x)=Nx family are discontinuous. Remember, N is an integer, but x isn't; x is valid for all real numbers from -Inf to +Inf.
    Maybe it's you that needs to revise differentiation, not me.
    I've even given you a Wolfram Alpha reference that shows f(x)=x, f(x)=2x, f(x)=3x, f(x)=4x, f(x)=5x and none of them looked discontinuous to me, although I obviously haven't got your Batman-vision.
     
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    Any member who reads this thread will have a clear idea of who needs to revise differentiation.
    Yeah, I may have Batman-vision, but I am not goofy.
     

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