Difference between revisions of "Piecewise Continuous function"

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(New page: A piecewise continuous function ''f'' is a function whose domain can be divided into a countable number of pieces, and the restriction of ''f'' on each piece is a continous function.)
 
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A piecewise continuous function ''f'' is a function whose domain can be divided into a countable number of pieces, and the restriction of ''f'' on each piece is a [[continous function]].
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A piecewise continuous function ''f'' is a function whose domain can be divided into a countable number of pieces, and the restriction of ''f'' on each piece is a [[Continous function]].

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A piecewise continuous function f is a function whose domain can be divided into a countable number of pieces, and the restriction of f on each piece is a Continous function.