when we can say that limit exists and function is continous

Asked by  | 25th Jul, 2008, 07:43: PM

Expert Answer:

We say that a function f(x) that is defined at a point x = c is continuous at that point if and only if as x approaches c as a limit, f(x) approaches f(c) as a limit.

And the limit exists if both the left hand and right hand limit exist.

Answered by  | 9th Aug, 2008, 09:20: PM

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