# $$Continuity$$ $$\&$$ $$Differentiability$$

what is the probability that a continuous function is non differentiable at $$n$$ points ? where $$n$$$$\in$$$$N$$

please give explanation for the same .(or tell me if i am asking a wrong question and give suggestion to correct it) hope a help from sir Calvin Lin , Arron kau or any other expert . Also if anyone can, please answer too .

Note by Rishabh Jain
4 years, 3 months ago

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I think it will not have an exact value rather it would depend on the function and i think that the probability will be n/ total critical points in the function including points of non differentiability

- 4 years, 3 months ago