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i would say.. you need to take a clearer picture of that.
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Find the numbers at which f is discontinuous. At which of these numbers is f continuous from the right, from the left or neither? Sketch the graph of f!
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dw:1348182618878:dw
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dw:1348182762122:dwhere's the graph
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woops forgot unitsdw:1348182902049:dw
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discontinuous at 0 coz left side is 1 right side is 2.. its continuous at 2
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that was easy!! hehee thanks!
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and also f is continuous from the left at x = 0 since lim (x to 0) f(x) = f(0)
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alright!! :)
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