Continuity and Differentiability

The Continuity of a function can be defined as the characteristic of a function by  which, the graphical form of that function is a continuous wave. A differentiable function is a function whose derivative exists at each point in its domain area. A continuous function may be differentiable but a differentiable function may not be continuous. Check the videos below to know more about it:







 Introduction Limit Problems Exponential and Logarithmic Limits
Limits and Continuity Continuity & Differentiability Continuity Problems
Derivability Problems Differentiability Problems Advanced Differentiability Problems




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