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In Exercises 1–14 the graph of a function f is given. Determine whether f is continuous on its domain. If it is not continuous on its domain, say why. [HINT: See Quick Examples 1–4.] To determine

Whether the function f is continuous on its domain and give reason if it is not continuous. The graph of function f is as follows: Explanation

Given Information:

The provided graph is:

Consider the provided graph:

The domain of f consists of all real numbers except 0

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