This function f(x) becomes continuous if we define it as
f(x) =
for 0 £ x £
2
Note that in example 10. and in example 11 , we have 0 Î
the point 1 Ï
the domain of function. These types of continuities are known
as missing point discontinuities.
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Index
3.1 Continuity At a Point
3.2 Continuity In An Interval
3.3 Some Very often  encountered Continuous Functions
3.4 Algebra Of Continuous Functions
3.5 Discontinuity And its Classification
3.6 Properties of Functions Continuous on an Interval
Chapter 4
