# Continuity at A Point

Continuity at A Point We say a function f(x) is continuous at a point x = a it means at a point (a, f (a)). The graph of the function has no holes or graphs. That is, its graph is unbroken at point (a, f (a)). The continuity at x = a₂ can be destroyed if Read more about Continuity at A Point[…]