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... is that a fat joke?...

. . . . . . *splat*

-2x-3, x2
Need to find where this is undefined. How?

-2x-3, x 2

maybe its asking for the missing gap?

(-7,1) perhaps; do we have options?

Maybe asking where the function is discontinuous.

Amistre64, are you still here?

yes, english is my native tongue

the derivative of both side = -2

the derivatives are never different, so I assume the answer is defined for all x

y ' = -2 at x=2

y = -2x+5 at x=2 its defined there by the domain (-inf,2]

it jumps yes; but it is defined

That is not correct amistre64. Remember that diffferentiability implies continuity.

im reading up on that now :) but does "undefined" pertain to jumps? id like to verify your answer :)

the limit exists from the left; and from the right; but the two are not the same...

you can try to use the definition of derivative to check it.

Thanks again! I'm sure I'll be back!

i had to first figure out what the question was.. you did good watchmath :)