COULD YOU PLEASE EXPLAIN: WHY IT IS SAID THAT FOR THE GREATEST INTEGER FUNCTION Y = [X] THE LIMIT EXISTS AT ALL NON INTEGRAL VALUES OF X IS TRUE?and not false.
Asked by Anagha P | 12th Feb, 2011, 12:00: AM
The greatest integer function is continuous at all other points and breaks at integral values.so its limit will not exists at integral values.
Hope it clarifies your doubt
Answered by | 15th Feb, 2011, 10:49: AM
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