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sketch the graph and find the x-values (if any) at which f is not
continuous. Classify the discontinuities as being removable or essential. If the latter, state
whether it is a jump discontinuity, an infinite discontinuity, or neither.

-4x + 5
x〈1
26. f(x)-
x〉1
x2
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Transcribed Image Text:-4x + 5 x〈1 26. f(x)- x〉1 x2
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