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Draw a graph for a function f(x) that has the following properties
(You should have one graph of a function that has all of these properties.)
1
f(2) is undefined
lim f(x) = 5
»
» limf(r) does not exist
. lim fx) 2
im fx)-5
imf(x)1
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Transcribed Image Text:Draw a graph for a function f(x) that has the following properties (You should have one graph of a function that has all of these properties.) 1 f(2) is undefined lim f(x) = 5 » » limf(r) does not exist . lim fx) 2 im fx)-5 imf(x)1
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