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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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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

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