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True or false? The graph of a function that is continuous on its domain is a continuous curve with no breaks in it. Explain your answer.

To determine

Whether the statement, “the graph of a function that is continuous on its domain is a continuous curve with no breaks in it” is true or false. Give explanation as well.

Explanation

Consider the function, f(x)=1x.

The graph of the function f(x) is as follows:

From the graph, it is seen from the graph that the graph of f(x) has break and is not a single continuous curve

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