For every interval [ f(a)-e, (fa)+e ] there exists an interval [ f(a-d), f(a+d) ] such that [ f(a)-e, (fa)+e ] includes [ f(a-d), f(a+d) ](adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

is this definition equivalent to the epsilon-delta definition?

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# Equivalent continuity definition

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