Sample Question #71 (mathematics – calculus)
Is the first derivative of a continuous function always continuous? If yes, provide a proof. If no, show an example.
Answer: no. There are many examples of continuous functions whose first derivatives have a "jump." The easiest example is when the derivative is not defined at x=0.
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