Im uncertain if this belongs here, so I'm sorry in advance. I am extremely confused with continuity. I've tried going over my notes, reading the section, I've read about them in a separate book, I've used Khan Academy, I've talked to my professor, and I've gone to a tutor. But, to no avail on understanding them. Typically math has come very intuitively to me, but not here.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I can understand it in terms of a graph, but solving them algebraically I am lost. The theorems confuse me with the terminology and numerous variables. I've received an A in all my previous math courses.

Are there any resources that break these ideas down in a very elementary understanding? I'm extremely discouraged right now. Ive considered dropping. Thanks for any help.

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# I am really struggling with Continuity

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