# Not functions again

**Algebra**Level 4

Let |f(x)-f(y)|<=\(|x-y|^{3} \) for all x,y belongs to R

Then the value of **f'(x)** is

**Details and Assumptions**

|.| denotes absolute value or mod function and R is the set of real no.

Let |f(x)-f(y)|<=\(|x-y|^{3} \) for all x,y belongs to R

Then the value of **f'(x)** is

**Details and Assumptions**

|.| denotes absolute value or mod function and R is the set of real no.

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