nonremovable discontinuity

nonremovable discontinuity

[¦nän·ri′müv·ə·bəl dis‚känt·ən′ü·əd·ē]
(mathematics)
A point at which a function is not continuous or is undefined, and cannot be made continuous by being given a new value at the point.
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