I am aware that sums, products and quotients of continuous multivariable functions gives continuous multivariable functions. My query is whether knowing that some constituent single variable function means the overall multivariable function is continuous.
The example I am currently working on is proving that the function given by:
f(x,y)=(sin(x-y))/(x-y) where x=/=y and f(x,y) = 1 when x=y is continuous everywhere
I have expanded the sin(x-y) into a product of single variable trig functions.
Since f is then a combination of continuous single variable functions does that mean the multivariable function is continuous?
If no would anyone be able to give me a hint as to how to use either the epsilon-delta or sequential definition to show that f is continuous everywhere.
Thanks in advance