In a solution of problem: Determine whether or not the following functions are continuous at the origin.
f =2x^(2)*y/x^2+y^2

f = r cos(theta) sin 2(theta), so f tends to0 as r tends to 0 is independent of theta. This proves that f(r,theta )is continuous at
r = 0; but since the transformation between (x, y) and (r, theta) is not continuous at
r = 0, this does not prove that f(x, y) is continuous at the origin. For this we observe that


f(x, y)| =mod (2x^2 y/(x^2+y^2))<=mod 2y
that is
f(x) = o(x).

Can anyone please explain what is meant by the transformation between (x, y) and (r, theta) is not continuous at r=0?

Thanks in advance to those who wll find the time to help












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