- Introduction
- First semester calculus
- A function which is continuous at only one point.
- A function which is differentiable at a single point, and discontinuous everywhere else.
- A function with a derivative defined for all
*x*, but whose derivative is discontinuous. - A function continuous at all irrationals, discontinuous at all rationals.
- A continuous, nowhere differentiable function.

- Second semester calculus
- Third semester calculus
- A non-differentiable function with partial derivatives everywhere.
- A function without a limit, although limits exist along all lines
- A function with a single critical point, which is a local minimum but not a global minimum
- A non-differentiable function with all directional derivatives
- A function whose mixed partials are unequal

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