Sawtooth function: Draw the graph of f(x) = x - [x]. At which points is f discontinuous? Is it left- or right-continuous at those points? I have no idea where to begin...when I graphed this, it said it was undefined everywhere.
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Originally Posted by riddikulus Sawtooth function: Draw the graph of f(x) = x - [x]. At which points is f discontinuous? Is it left- or right-continuous at those points? I have no idea where to begin...when I graphed this, it said it was undefined everywhere. attached graph ... note the function is defined at (1,0)
Originally Posted by riddikulus Sawtooth function: Draw the graph of f(x) = x - [x]. At which points is f discontinuous? Is it left- or right-continuous at those points? What is important here is for you to realize that Thus the graph has a range So do the question.
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