What does the diffrentiability of a given function at some point suggest? What more can we find out about a function if we are given the diffrentiability or non-differentiability at some point?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I have some idea on it like the slopes of the tangents to the curve differ, there may be sudden dips & sharp turns..But I cant apply them in questions dealing with the concept of diffrentiability..

Can anyone help with this concept?

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# Diffrentiability of a function

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