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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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Originally Posted by shabbir
Then the problem is solved.

In f(x) = x+x+x .... x bound is integral where as in g(x) its in real domain. and so there is no question as to why differentiation is not equal. They are different function.
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
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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.