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# While proving that differentiability implies continuity in lecture 2, it is stated that we never use x=x0 for the proof so as to avoid the multiplying and diving by zero. But then limit x->x0 (x-x0) is replaced by zero to achieve the result. Can someone please explain this?

MIT 18.01 Single Variable Calculus (OCW)