i'm having a difficult time trying to grasp what absolute continuity means, i understand uniform continuity. i cant seem to distinguish between the them.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

to me it seems that if [tex] f [/tex] on some inteval [tex] [a,b] [/tex] is uniformly continous then it would be absolutely continuous ?

is there a visual way of describing/thinking about absolute continuity of a function over some interval

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# Absolutely continuous

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