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Continuous

A function f, defined on a set S of real numbers, is continuous at a point  c of S if

The function f is continuous on S if it is continuous at each point of S.


A function f defined on a set S of points (x, y)  is continuous at a point (c, d) of  S if MATH

In other words, we can make | f(x, y) - f(c, d) | small by making the distance

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sufficiently small.


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Discontinuity


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