THURSDAY'S CLASS

We started off class with a quiz. It had two graphs and we had to find the limit of this and that. We marked them in class and went over some of them. We mainly focused on the different type of graphs that are discontinuity. The three different types of discontinuity are:

1. Removable Discontinuity:

A hole in a graph. That is, a discontinuity that can be "repaired" by filling in a single point. In other words, a removable discontinuity is a point at which a graph is not connected but can be made connected by filling in a single point.

2. Jump Discontinuity:

Jump discontinuities occur where the graph has a break in it is as this graph does. It can't be fixed or repaired so that the graph is continuous.

3. Infinite Discontinuity:

A discontinuity of a function for which the absolute value of the function can have arbitrarily large values arbitrarily close to the discontinuity. Can't be fixed either.

The formal way of telling what kind of discontinuity it is:

Then we worked on some questions in class.

We also did some work on Mr. K's favorite website for limits ( i think ). We worked together as a class to solve them and they're all on the slides that Mr. K posted up on the 28Th. It also has explanations and the homework assignments. And that was Thursday's class.

The next scribe is KIM POSSIBLE. Ha ha i totally ripped that off from your brother but he's not around.

We started off class with a quiz. It had two graphs and we had to find the limit of this and that. We marked them in class and went over some of them. We mainly focused on the different type of graphs that are discontinuity. The three different types of discontinuity are:

1. Removable Discontinuity:

A hole in a graph. That is, a discontinuity that can be "repaired" by filling in a single point. In other words, a removable discontinuity is a point at which a graph is not connected but can be made connected by filling in a single point.

2. Jump Discontinuity:

Jump discontinuities occur where the graph has a break in it is as this graph does. It can't be fixed or repaired so that the graph is continuous.

3. Infinite Discontinuity:

A discontinuity of a function for which the absolute value of the function can have arbitrarily large values arbitrarily close to the discontinuity. Can't be fixed either.

The formal way of telling what kind of discontinuity it is:

Then we worked on some questions in class.

We also did some work on Mr. K's favorite website for limits ( i think ). We worked together as a class to solve them and they're all on the slides that Mr. K posted up on the 28Th. It also has explanations and the homework assignments. And that was Thursday's class.

The next scribe is KIM POSSIBLE. Ha ha i totally ripped that off from your brother but he's not around.

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