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#### GreenGoblin

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- Feb 22, 2012

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Show that the following are continuous at x=1 using the epsilon-delta definition:

$x^{2} - x + 1$

$\sqrt (x)$

I know the definitions but I don't really know quite what to do with them. After the simple rearranging I'm just at a bit of a dead end; any pointers?

Gracias,

GreenGoblin

$x^{2} - x + 1$

$\sqrt (x)$

I know the definitions but I don't really know quite what to do with them. After the simple rearranging I'm just at a bit of a dead end; any pointers?

Gracias,

GreenGoblin

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