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Direct substitution is a straightforward method used in calculus to evaluate the limit of a function as the variable approaches a specific value. This method is applicable and effective when the function is continuous at the point to which the variable approaches. Let’s delve into this concept in more detail:
Removing a discontinuity in calculus refers to the process of modifying a function to eliminate a specific type of discontinuity known as a “removable” or “point” discontinuity. This type of discontinuity occurs at a point where a function is not defined or does not match the limit, yet the limit exists and is finite. The […]
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