Thomae function f(x):(0,1)->R f(x)=p/q x is rational number (p and q are relatively prime natural number) f(x)=0 x in irrational number show that f is not differrentiable. l can show that this function is not differentiable at rational number. But i can't sequence that is example. not differrentiable at irrational number. how take this sequence.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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