Derivatives of Infinite Order


It then follows first that g(x) is continuous, then that g(x) is differentiable in (a, b), finally that g'(#) «=g(#) and so g(x) *ae. If/(#) approaches a limit only for one value of x, however, it does not necessarily do so for other values of x. On the other hand, G. Vitali [lO] and V. Ganapathy Iyer [ó] showed that if fix) is analytic in (a, b) and f(x… (More)


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@inproceedings{Boas2007DerivativesOI, title={Derivatives of Infinite Order}, author={R. P. Boas and Komaravolu Chandrasekharan}, year={2007} }