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**alice8675309** Right. My biggest problem is going from what we have to what I need, which is basically writing the proof. Following the format of my notes and other proofs, I've been trying to put together a proof. I don't know but is this right:

Assume that f is continuous at a and that f(a)>0. Now we choose epsilon=f(a)/2>0. By the definition of continuous, there exists a delta>0 such that for any x, |x-a|<delta then |f(x)-f(a)|<f(a)/2.

I'm not sure about this but its what I managed to get out.