Chapter 9: Continuity

Introduction to Continuity

Continuity is also an important component of differential calculus. Limits and continuity go hand in hand. Both the concepts are quite interrelated and limits lays the groundwork for the concept of continuity. In simple words, the graph of a function is said to be continuous at x = c if while travelling along the graph of the function and in fact even crossing the point x = c whether from Left to Right or from Right to Left, one does not have to lift his pen. For more details use the links given below:

Click here →  Study Material of Continuity

Click here → Revision Notes of Continuity

Exercises of Continuity – Class 12th R.D. Sharma Solutions

Continuity Exercise 9.1
Continuity Exercise 9.2



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