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2*+2, for x <2,
Is the function given by f(x) =
continuous at x = 2? Why or why not?
%3!
3x - 2,
for x> 2,
Choose the correct answer below.
O A. The given function is continuous at x = 2 because lim f(x) does not exist.
O B. The given function is continuous at x = 2 because the limit is 3.
OC. The given function is not continuous at x = 2 because lim f(x) does not exist.
OD. The given function is not continuous at x =2 because f(2) does not exist.
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2*+2, for x <2, Is the function given by f(x) = continuous at x = 2? Why or why not? %3! 3x - 2, for x> 2, Choose the correct answer below. O A. The given function is continuous at x = 2 because lim f(x) does not exist. O B. The given function is continuous at x = 2 because the limit is 3. OC. The given function is not continuous at x = 2 because lim f(x) does not exist. OD. The given function is not continuous at x =2 because f(2) does not exist.

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The function y = f(x) is continuous at point x = a if the following three conditions are satisfied.

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