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CalculusQ&A Library6.Use the following graph of the function to answer the following questions.(Dy = f(x)Removable X2 24uMp (im fONERemovoble4Determine all point of discontinuity. At each point of discontinuity, state the condition for continuity that is violated.Determine the values of x where f(x) is not differentiable. State why each value is not differentiable.Question

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please answer the two questions that are part of 6's graph. thank you

Step 1

To discuss the continuity and diiferentiablity of the function (from the graph)

Step 2

f(x) has a jump discontinuity at x=2, It is not different...

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