anonymous
  • anonymous
Hi when finding the one sided limits on a graph what happens when there is no point on the graph at the function niether open or closed? does that mean it does not exist? or do you just make your own point and record it?
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ankit042
  • ankit042
I think that point is not in the domain of the function i.e function is not defined at that point
anonymous
  • anonymous
thats what i thought, but just learned and some were that way on homework, so thanks for clarification.
anonymous
  • anonymous
So that means also that the limit does not exist?

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ankit042
  • ankit042
No I think limit will exist but there will be no absolute value for function at that point
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok
ankit042
  • ankit042
say f(x) = 2 -infinityx > infinity So here limit for f(x) x->10 is defined but f(10) is not
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok I think I understand. thank you.
ankit042
  • ankit042
np :)

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