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My text book is giving me 3 rules that must be met to be continuous:

I don't understand what my text book is trying to explain to me,

- ƒ is defined at a...

-Lim ƒ(x) = ƒ(a)...

x→a

all i undersdand is that if you draw a graph that is continuous, you must be able to draw the graph without lifting your pen.

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# Don't understand rules of continuity/discontinuity with Limits

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