6.2. Continuous Functions
Java Applet: Illustrating Uniform Continuity
Context
 Click on Options for Control panel
 Select a given epsilon
 Guess a positive delta
 Hit Apply to use new delta
 Slide and zoom using buttons

 [+] zoom in and center
 [] zoom out and center
 [ slide to left
 [<]> slide to right

If, for
any given epsilon you can find a positive delta
such that the red area touches the graph always inside the green
area
no matter which part of the graph you are focusing on
then your function is uniformly continuous.
 Click on Options for Control panel
 Select a given epsilon
 Guess a positive delta
 Hit Apply to use new delta
 Slide and zoom using buttons

 [+] zoom in and center
 [] zoom out and center
 [ slide to left
 [<]> slide to right

If, for
any given epsilon you can find a positive delta
such that the red area touches the graph always inside the green
area
no matter which part of the graph you are focusing on
then your function is uniformly continuous.
The first function is uniformly continuous, the second function
is continuous, but not uniformly continuous on the real line.
Compare with regular continuity.