REMOVABLE DISCONTINUITY

Asked by  | 14th Mar, 2008, 07:21: PM

Expert Answer:

Sometimes a function " f " is not defined at "c" or f(c) is defined in such a way that lim f(x) as x tends to c is not equal to f(c).

Then this discontinuity at c can be removed by defining f(c) in such a way that  c  f(x)= f(c).

Such a discontinuity is called removable discontinuity.

 

 

 

Answered by  | 24th Mar, 2008, 07:05: PM

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