the correct way to find the points of discontinuity if a function has greatest integer functions in it ?

The total function *may* be discontinuous wherever the individual floor functions are discontinuous. You could potentially create a function that cancels out the points of discontinuities, or you could have a function where the points that should be discontinuous are not in the domain at all (thus it’s neither continuous nor discontinuous).

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