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Sat February 12, 2011 By: Anagha P

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.

Expert Reply
Tue February 15, 2011
Dear student
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
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