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Is there a way to tell without knowing what the graph looks like though?

the graph is not needed. just check the value of the function at x=0.

is it like saying the limit going to 0 is different, so the limit does not exist?

yes, that's right. the correct argument is to use limits.

okay, that makes sense. thanks!