## More Problems on the Derivative

In these pages we discuss some problems related to the derivative concept. Most of the problems are challenging and not easy. We will give the answer to some of them The readers are encouraged to find the solutions for the rest. Send it and we will publish it. Enjoy.

Problem 1. Show that the function is differentiable at 0 at any order. Find f(n)(0), Problem 2. Let f(x) be a function defined on (-a,a), with a > 0. Assume that f(x) is continuous at 0 and where k satisfies 0 < k < 1.
(a)
Show that f(x) is differentiable at 0 and that .
(b)
Show that the conclusion obtained in (a) is still valid even when k > 1.

Problem 3. For any , set (a)
Show that is differentiable.
(b)
Is continuous at 0?
(c)
Show that if , then is not monotone on any open interval which contains 0.

Problem 4. Let f(x) be a differentiable function. Assume that f'(x) is continuous. Define the sequence by Assume that is not almost constant. Show that if converges to , then Problem 5. Consider the function f(x) = (x2-1)n, for . Show that Problem 6. Consider the function . Show that Then show that f(2n+1)(0) = 0, for any .

Problem 7. Let , where . Let a and b be such that Show that there exists such that Find c.

Problem 8. Show that ex = 1-x has a unique solution. Then find that solution.

Problem 9. Show that for any , we have Problem 10. Show that for any a and b such that 0 < a< b, we have Problem 11. Let .

(1)
Show that the equation has one solution x0 in the interval .
(2)
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