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## Classification of discontinuities - Wikipedia

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Then, the point x0 = 1 is a jump discontinuity. In this case, a single limit does not exist because the one-sided limits, L<sup>−</sup> and ...

## Jump Discontinuity -- from Wolfram MathWorld

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both exist and that L_1!=L_2 . The notion of jump discontinuity shouldn't be confused with the rarely-utilized convention whereby the term jump is used to define ...

## What are the types of Discontinuities, Explained with graphs ...

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Jump Discontinuities. The graph of f ( x ) below shows a function that is discontinuous at x = a . In this graph, you can easily see that lim x → a − f ( x ) = L and lim ...

## Jump Discontinuities - Oregon State University

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fails to exist (or is infinite), then there is no way to remove the discontinuity - the limit statement takes into consideration all of the infinitely many values of f(x) ...

## Jump Discontinuities: Definition & Concept | Study.com

Learn why jump discontinuities are an interesting phenomenon in math and how you can identify functions that have them. Learn what they look like...

## Types of Discontinuity - Brown math department

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This represents a discontinuity, since the function is not connected over the dotted ... Jump discontinuities are also called simple discontinuities, or continuities of ...

## Jump Discontinuity - Definition & Examples | Math@TutorVista.com

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The jump discontinuity is a kind of discontinuity in which the graph of function seems like taking a jump or step from one connected point to another. So, this is ...