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Show that the following functions have no finite derivati- ves at the indicated points: Prove the existence of limits of the following sequences and find them. This circumstance allows us to calculate the integrals of the in- dicated type using the method of indefinite coefficients, the essence of which is explained by fhe following example.

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Hence, there are no solutions.