RD Sharma Solutions Class 12 Continuity

RD Sharma Solutions Class 12 Chapter 9

Consider a given function f(x), defined at point a. The function is said to be continuous at point a if the following conditions are satisfied:

  1. \(\lim \limits_{x \to a} f(x)\) exist
  2. \(\lim \limits_{x \to a^{+}} f(x) = \lim \limits_{x \to a^{-}} f(x) = f(a)\)<

A simple way to state continuity of a function is if it is possible to trace the graph of a given function without lifting the pen.

For the function defined in an interval, the continuity of the function can be stated if and only if the function is defined at all the points within the interval, or else it is said to be discontinuous.

Check the detailed RD Sharma solutions for class 12 for the chapter “Continuity” given below. The RD Sharma class 12 solutions are given in the table mentioned below.

Continuity Class 12th RD Sharma Exercises

Continuity Exercise 9.1

Continuity Exercise 9.2

Practise This Question

The mean of a set of  numbers is ¯¯¯x If each number is multiplied by λ , then the mean of new set is 

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