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In order for g(x) to have no points of discontinuity a must =? g(x)={ax x<2 and 9 x>or equal to 2

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    for x =2 both piecewise functions must be equal.

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    ok

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    we want \(ax=9\)

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    ok

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    When \(x=2\) or something

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    what @wio said.

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    ok

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    Solve for \(a\).

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    a=7

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    7(2)=9? I want to believe

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    No, a*2=9 lol wio

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    I am confused becuase 9-2=7 so then shouldn't a=7

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    No, you are solving the equation 2a=9, not 2+a=9.

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    so the would a=4.5

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    Yes...

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    ok thanks

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