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Given that a function is differentiable for all values of $x$, which of the following statements is not true?

There are no corners, cusps, or vertical tangents in the graph of the function.

There are no corners, cusps, or vertical tangents in the graph of the derivative of the original function.

The function is continuous for all values of $x$.

The limit of the function exists for all values of $x$.