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# Discrete and Continuous Functions

## Functions without breaks; removable, jump, and infinite discontinuities.

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## Discrete and Continuous Functions

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The difference between discrete and non-discrete functions.
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## Continuity and Discontinuity

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## Continuity and Discontinuity

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## Discrete and Continuous Functions

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The difference between discrete and non-discrete functions
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## Discrete and Continuous Functions: Measuring Light in a Garden

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Discrete and Continuous Functions Interactive
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## Discrete vs. Continuous Relations

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Defines relations and uses graphs to illustrate how to distinguish between discrete and continuous relations.
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• Study Guide

## Continuity and Discontinuity

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Study guide for continuity and discontinuity.
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