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If function f:R^2-->R is f(x,y)=0 if (x,y)=(0,0) and xy^2/(x^2+y^2) otherwise, then prove that f is not continuous at (0,0)

Supposed to be easy but my brain is dead right now for this..

it's multivariable analysis question by the way(proof has to be rigorous..)

Any reply would be appreciated

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# Homework Help: Stuck in assignment due tomorrow(in fact this morning)

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