Section 2.5. Read pages 119 to 121, Theorem 7 on page 123, and pages 125-126. Scan the rest of the section. Answer the following questions by 7:00 am. Send an e-mail with subject line MA251 to email@example.com .
Pay particular attention to Example 1 and Theorems 4, 7, and 10. Theorem 10 is the Intermediate Value Theorem that I mentioned on the first day of class.
1) Fill in the blanks: For f to be continuous at a,
f(a) is defined (that is, a is in the domain
of f) b)
exists c) equal
a) f(a) is defined (that is, a is in the domain of f)
c) equalElina Geut
2) Finish the
sentence: In Figure 2, the pictured function is
not continuous at 3 because . . . .
The left and right limits are different.
3) Example 10 shows an application of what theorem?
2. The left and right limits are different.Hugh Pinkley
3. Intermediate Value