Q. Solution to comprehension #9

Q. Solution to comprehension #9 24. (C) II and Ill If and are real and equal then (A) k and are imaginary (C) and may be real or imaginary and and (B) i. and t, are real (O) can't say OMPREHENSION - Read the following writeup carefully: f(x) is continuous and differentiable function. Given f(x) takes values of the form ± where denotes set of whole numbers whenever x = a or b; otherwise f(x) takes real values. Also f(C) = — — and 2 The number of rational values that f(a) + f(b) + f(c) can take I are Now nswer the following questions: The number of values that + + can take 26. The possible number of triplets (f(a), f(b), f(c)) is I are

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