Let p$\displaystyle \in$[0,1] and D=[0,1]-{p}. find a function f: D->R such that f is continuous at every point of D but is not uniformly continuous on D.

Would 1/x work for this as well but how do I prove it?

- Apr 18th 2011, 07:38 AMalice8675309Find a function f: D-> R such that f is continuous but not uniformly continuous
Let p$\displaystyle \in$[0,1] and D=[0,1]-{p}. find a function f: D->R such that f is continuous at every point of D but is not uniformly continuous on D.

Would 1/x work for this as well but how do I prove it? - Apr 18th 2011, 07:52 AMFernandoRevilla
Have a look at this

http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-he...us-177972.html - Apr 18th 2011, 08:13 AMalice8675309
yes this is my other post. However i started a new thread with new conditions so it didn't get confusing. At first I thought x^2 would work as well but then based on the other post I thought it would be 1/x but i dont know how to prove it and I didn't think it could be proved the same way as the other post because there are new conditions.

- Apr 18th 2011, 08:19 AMFernandoRevilla