anonymous
  • anonymous
Explanation Please: Let f(x) =*check comments*. Show that f(x) has a removable discontinuity at x=1 and determine what value for f(1) would make f(x) continuous at x=1. Must define f(1)=
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schrodinger
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anonymous
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myininaya
  • myininaya
Factor the numerator If one of the factors of the numerator cancels with the (x-1) in the denominator then it has a removable discontinuity at x=1. To figure out what value to assign to f(1) we just need to make sure f(1)= limx->1 f(x) So just evaluate that limit part to figure out what value to assign f(1)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yeah, I figured it out. Thanks anyways.

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