class 12 Math Calculus Continuity And Differentiability

Let $f:[a,b]1,∞ $be a continuous function and let $g:RR$be defined as$g(x)={0ifxbThen$$g(x)$is continuous but not differentiable at a$g(x)$is differentiable on $R$$g(x)$is continuous but nut differentiable at $b$$g(x)$is continuous and differentiable at either $a$or $b$but not both.

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