My Questions bartleby+HW03: 2.5 - MATH 241, section 0 Xwebassign.net/web/Student/Assignment-Responses/submit?dep=223201348tags=autosaveМCCodecademyVolunteer | UDECUOpinion | Thoughts,...My Blue Hen HomeGMailYouTubeTwitchRedditAppsUDSISCanvasGoogle Docs0/2 pointsMy Notes+ Ask Your TeacherSCalcET8 2.5.020.7.Previous AnswersExplain why the function is discontinuous at the given number a. (Select all that apply.)Зxif x 39f(x)3аif x 31lim f(x) does not exist.х> 3f(3) is defined and lim f(x) is finite, but they are not equal.x 3f(3) is undefinedlim f(x) and lim f(x) are finite, but are not equalx-3+х>3none of the aboveSketch the graph of the functionУУ6:35 PM-_

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Explain why the function is discontinuous at the given number a. (Select all that apply.)
Зx
if x 3
9
f(x)
3
а
if x 3
1
lim f(x) does not exist.
х> 3
f(3) is defined and lim f(x) is finite, but they are not equal.
x 3
f(3) is undefined
lim f(x) and lim f(x) are finite, but are not equal
x-3+
х>3
none of the above
Sketch the graph of the function
У
У
6:35 PM
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My Questions bartleby + HW03: 2.5 - MATH 241, section 0 X webassign.net/web/Student/Assignment-Responses/submit?dep=223201348tags=autosave М CCodecademy Volunteer | UDECU Opinion | Thoughts,... My Blue Hen Home GMail YouTube Twitch Reddit Apps UDSIS Canvas Google Docs 0/2 points My Notes + Ask Your Teacher SCalcET8 2.5.020. 7. Previous Answers Explain why the function is discontinuous at the given number a. (Select all that apply.) Зx if x 3 9 f(x) 3 а if x 3 1 lim f(x) does not exist. х> 3 f(3) is defined and lim f(x) is finite, but they are not equal. x 3 f(3) is undefined lim f(x) and lim f(x) are finite, but are not equal x-3+ х>3 none of the above Sketch the graph of the function У У 6:35 PM -_

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Step 1

Consider the given function:

x2 -3x
ifx3
x2 -9
f (x)
l ifx 3
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x2 -3x ifx3 x2 -9 f (x) l ifx 3

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Step 2

Now calculate the limit for the given point:

x(x-3)
LHL, limfx)(x-3)(x+3)
x-3(
х
(x +3)
2
l
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x(x-3) LHL, limfx)(x-3)(x+3) x-3( х (x +3) 2 l

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Step 3
x(x-3)
RHL, limxx-3)(x+3)
x-3(+
(x+3)
1
2
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x(x-3) RHL, limxx-3)(x+3) x-3(+ (x+3) 1 2

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