Give an example of a function which is discontinuous at all points of and continuous at all points of . Then prove the example has these properties. Can anyone please help me with this question? Thanks a lot.
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Originally Posted by tsang Give an example of a function which is discontinuous at all points of and continuous at all points of . Then prove the example has these properties. HINT: Think stair step.
Originally Posted by Plato HINT: Think stair step. Hi,thank you.But I still don't really understand what I can do. Can I just say something like f(x)=1 for all , and f(x)=0 for all
Originally Posted by tsang Hi,thank you.But I still don't really understand what I can do. was my suggestion. But yes, f(x)=1 for all , and f(x)=0 for all will work.
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