I need help with a calculus problem

Dec 2nd, 2015
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I get either f(0)=0 or a^lambda=1 then I can't continue. I think in order to prove f is differentiable at 0, I'll have to show to show that lim h to 0 (f(h+x)-f(x))/h exists. But I don't know how

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