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An intuitive understanding of continuity example
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AP Calculus AB 2003
Question 6
Let f be the function defined by
(a) Is f continuous at x=3? Explain why or why not?
Answer:
f is continuous at x=3 because
Therefore,
Explanation:
It shows that x=3 does exist as the limits approachs from both sides. Showing the the function is continuous.
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Question 6
Let f be the function defined by
(a) Is f continuous at x=3? Explain why or why not?
Answer:
f is continuous at x=3 because
Therefore,
Explanation:
It shows that x=3 does exist as the limits approachs from both sides. Showing the the function is continuous.