Question:
If f: D->E and g: E->F are not continuous on D and E, respectively, then the composition g f is NOT continuous on D.
I'm guessing False on this statement but can't come up with the counterexample needed.
Any suggestions?
Thank you.
Question:
If f: D->E and g: E->F are not continuous on D and E, respectively, then the composition g f is NOT continuous on D.
I'm guessing False on this statement but can't come up with the counterexample needed.
Any suggestions?
Thank you.
For CountingPenguins:
g(x) in girdav post is Dirichlet Function -- from Wolfram MathWorld