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## What is the derivative of modulus x 1?

You can’t get derivative of modulus function because mod |x| graph is a Perfect V shape and in the graph we see a sharp point at origin and as we have learnt in Differentiability that at critical point or sharp point the function is not differentiable and hence it’s derivative will not exists..

**What is dy dx of Mod X?**

Elsewhere its derivative will be 1. (If you mean absolute value when you say mod x, then the derivative is –1 for negative x, but +1 for positive x, and there is no derivative at x = 0.) The greatest integer function, also called ceiling, is nondifferentiable at integers and has 0 derivative elsewhere.

**Is X Mod X differentiable?**

The differentiation of it yields 2sign(x)x. Thats the same as 2abs(x). That’s a function without a break though, so there is no values where xabs(x) is not differentiable.

### What is the differentiation of 1 by X?

Answer: The derivative of 1/x is -1/x2.

**What is the integration of Mod X?**

In order to answer this question,we have to look under two conditions. then Integral of modulus of x is (x^2)/2 + c. then Integral of modulus of x is -(x^2)/2 + c.

**Is Mod X continuous function?**

So while graphing a modulus function, the graph first goes down towards the point at which the function is zero and then it goes up. Hence the graph of the modulus function is always continuous.

## What is the derivative of dy?

Updated table of derivatives

Type of function | Form of function | Rule |
---|---|---|

y = constant | y = C | dy/dx = 0 |

y = linear function | y = ax + b | dy/dx = a |

y = polynomial of order 2 or higher | y = axn + b | dy/dx = anxn-1 |

y = sums or differences of 2 functions | y = f(x) + g(x) | dy/dx = f'(x) + g'(x). |

**What is the differentiation of 1?**

zero

As per the derivative rules, the derivative of a constant function is zero. Thus, the derivative of 1 is zero.

**What is the integral of 1 DX?**

Originally Answered: What is the integral of 1/dx? This integral doesn’t exist. As we know that integration is used to add small pieces to get a bigger one. But 1/dx is tending to infinity itself so its integral will also be infinite.

### Why |X| is not differentiable at x=0?

A function is said to be differentiable at x=a, if a unique tangent passes through that point. Otherwise, it’s not differentiable at x=a. But for modulus function at x=0, no unique tangent can be drawn. Hence, |x| is not differentiable at x=0.

**What is the derivative of modulus function?**

7. What is the derivative of modulus funciton? The derivative of modulus function is x/|x|. 8. What is the range of modulus function? The range of modulus function is the set of all non-negative numbers or simply (0, infinity). •

**Does the derivative of |x^2| depend on the sign?**

We can see that the sign of derivative depends on the sign of the function. this way we keep the signs of all cases and remove all x from the domain of derivative for which f (x) =0. BUT for derivative of |x^2| we do not use this method we just ignore modulus operation and write its derivative as 2x.