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Author:
Crystal Kirch

Students will be able to identify a continuous function by looking at a picture of a graph.

Students will be able to identify discontinuities on a graph and describe the type of discontinuity that exists, including if the discontinuity is removable or non-removable.

Students will be able to describe a graph in terms of its intervals of continuity in proper interval notation.

WATCH - By the end of this lesson, students will be able to complete the following problems from the SSS packet individually. Page 5 #2; Page 5 #13

SUMMARY - By the end of this lesson, students will be able to answer the following questions:

1. What is a continuous function?

2.What are the two families of discontinuities and WHY are they in two families?

3.What are the four types of discontinuities (name, describe, draw)

QUESTION - By the end of this lesson, students will be able to ask a Higher-Order Thinking question regarding the content covered.

Tutorial

This packet will correspond to the notes you need to take with the videos.

You can download a copy of this packet by clicking on the arrow pointing down in the lower left hand corner of the document screen.

Source: Created by Crystal Kirch. Problems and pictures taken from Google Images.

In this video lesson, learn what we mean when talk about functions being "continuous", as well as the two families of discontinuities that exist.

Source: Created by Crystal Kirch using Camtasia for Mac