If *x* is approaching ** The **through values greater than

**or on your right we write:**

*The*This limit is called the **lateral boundary*** on the right* in

**.**

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This limit is called the * left side boundary* in

**.**

*The*The limit of f (*x*) for *x*a exists if and only if the right-to-left side boundaries are equal, or are:

If

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## Continuity

We say that a function f (*x*) is continuous at one point ** The** your domain if the following conditions are met:

### Property of Continuous Functions

If f (*x*) and g (*x*) are continuous in *x* = *The*, then:

f (

*x*)g (*x*) is continuous in;**The**f (

*x*). g (*x*) is continuous in;**The**is continuous in

**The .**