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Mar1812, 05:00 PM

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Hi there, I cannot seem to figure this question out.
1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Let f: [0,3] > R be defined as follows x if 0≤x<1,f(X)= 1≤x<2 x if 2≤x≤3obtain formulas for F(x) = for 0≤x≤3 and sketch the graphs of f(x) and F(x). Where is F(x) differentiable? Evaluate F(x) where differentiable. I missed a day of class and am now totally lost. I've read through the sections in Intro to real analysis by Bartle that cover this section and I get no where. Any help on where to go would be greatly appreciated! 



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Mar1812, 06:37 PM

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[tex]\lim_{h\to 0}\frac{f(a+h) f(a)}{h}[/tex] with a= 1 and then with a= 2. Look at the one sided limits. 



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Mar1812, 06:46 PM

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With that information, would it really make much of a difference to what you said previously? 



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Mar1812, 08:40 PM

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Evaluate where F(x) is differentiable 


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