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prove that g(x)=(x-x_0)*f(x) differentiable on x_0??

calculate g'(x_0)

i tried to think like this:

if f(x) is continues on x_0 then lim f(x) as x->x_0 equals f(x_0)

mvt says f'(c)=[f(a)-f(b)]

cauchys mvt says f'(c)/g'(c)=[f(a)-f(b)]/[g(a)-g(b)]

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# Homework Help: Mvt differentiation proof question

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