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Asked Mar 13, 2019

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Step 1

We have to find value of a and b so that function is continous is given interval (-inf,inf)

Function is given below:

Step 2

For function to be continous at x=a , following condition should hold .

Condition is given below:

Step 3

Now look at question we have two points where we can check our continuity .

x=-1

x=3

First check at x=-1 . we will check left ha...

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