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This question has me confused which I kind of enjoy but I wondered what yall thought about it.

[tex]F(x)=x^2*sin(\frac{3}{x})[/tex] when x ≠ 0

or

F(x) = 0 when x=0

What is the derative?

Since, [tex]lim x^2*sin(\frac{3}{x})=0[/tex] so I know it is continous.

If I were to guess the value of F'(x) I would guess 0 or undefined, but I don't how to show it and I was wondering if yall could help or give any pointers.

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# Homework Help: Limit Derivative Question

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