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Ramiro Garza

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[ap-calculus] Continuity on a closed interval
Posted: Oct 4, 2012 7:26 PM
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Lynn, I am a first year Cal teacher and when I taught continuity on a closed interval, I explained that, according to the Larson book, continuity at the end points must be explained "right" or " left" handed continuity. Will this be an issue if it appears on the exam? Did I instruct them correctly? Some ,ore experienced teachers told me that I may be wrong.
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