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Chapter 10.3, Problem 2E

Textbook Problem

In Exercises 1–4, complete the given sentence.

The closed-form function
*x* expect

[**HINT:** See Quick Example 3.]

Expert Solution

To determine

**To fill:** The blank provided in the statement “The closed-form function

Consider the function

The function

a) The

b)

Here the function cannot be defined when the denominator is equal to zero.

It means

So, try to find the value of

Check for continuity at

Consider the right limit:

Apply continuity of closed form function theorem:

Consider the left limit:

Apply continuity of closed form function theorem:

The right side limit and left side limit is not definite

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