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Is there a more concise mathematical way of saying... "because the function f is a polynomial it is continuous in its domain."? Because I rather not write that on my test it looks sloppy and non professional...

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Is there a more concise mathematical way of saying... "because the function f is a polynomial it is continuous in its domain."? Because I rather not write that on my test it looks sloppy and non professional...

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"...because the function f is a polynomial, it is defined and continuous [STRIKE]in its domain[/STRIKE] on the entire real line."

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Assuming you are using standard notation: "If p is a polynomial, then p ε C[a,b]".

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