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Which of the following best describes the behavior of f(x)= (x+1)/absolute(x+1) at x=-1 a. Jump discontinuity. b. Removable discontinuity. c. Infinite discontinuity. d. The function is continuous. e. All of these. f. None of these.
|x+1|=x+1 when x+1>0 (x>-1) |x+1|=-(x+1) when x+1<0 (x<-1) so as x approaches f from the left, f approaches -1 and as x approaches f from the right, f appraoches 1 this is a jump discontinuity
the graph looks something like: ----() ----|---- -1 ()____ its a jump
oh i understand thanx