Hello, Still struggling with these proofs, some help would be appreciated Can the function be defined at in such a way that it becomes continuous there? Prove your answer. Regards,
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Originally Posted by Robb Hello, Still struggling with these proofs, some help would be appreciated Can the function be defined at in such a way that it becomes continuous there? Prove your answer. Regards, no it can't! because doesn't exist: but
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