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continuous

Maths (of a function or curve) changing gradually in value as the variable changes in value. A function f is continuous if at every value a of the independent variable the difference between f(x) and f(a) approaches zero as x approaches a.
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It is a "stand-out" image in two senses: because of the prevalence of that attention-soliciting color, red; and because, as a photograph, it juts out of, and negates, the continuousness of film.
However, the degree of fibril orientation and possibly, continuousness, decrease.
N][psi], and they have the following prominent characteristics: compact support, orthogonality, and continuousness.
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