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Deepak Patra posted an Question
December 09, 2021 • 17:13 pm 30 points
  • IIT JAM
  • Mathematics (MA)

Let f:rr be defined by fcr. p) =sn +, x=0, 0. x=0. then, at (0,0). (a) is continuous and the directional derivative of f does not exist in some direction (b) f

Let f:RR be defined by fCr. p) =Sn +, x=0, 0. x=0. Then, at (0,0). (A) is continuous and the directional derivative of f does NOT exist in some direction (B) f is NOT continuous and the directional derivatives of f exist in all directions C) f is NOT differentiable and the directional derivatives of f exist in all directions D) f is differentiable

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