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Find the point at which the function : X/1+(lnx)(lnx)(lnx)......till infinity, is not differentiable. Given that X€[1,3]

Find the point at which the function : X/1+(lnx)(lnx)(lnx)......till infinity, is not differentiable. Given that X€[1,3]

Grade:12

1 Answers

Abhi singhal
39 Points
4 years ago
it will be only 0 as at 0 ln is not defined and it is till infinity so it becomes indeterminant form and at indeterminat value function is non differentiable where in question 0 is included in [1,3]

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