Another question, sorry Final Friday, senior year, this class is horrible Let f: D-->R be uniformly continuous on D and let cED. Prove using an epsilon-delta argument cf is uniformly continuous on D. R = Real Numbers
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Originally Posted by Vitava61 Another question, sorry Final Friday, senior year, this class is horrible Let f: D-->R be uniformly continuous on D and let cED. Prove using an epsilon-delta argument cf is uniformly continuous on D. R = Real Numbers let Since f is uniformly continuous there exisits a delta for every epsilon such that Now for QED
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