AILING FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS Franklin Savings and Loan acquired two ailing financial institutions in 2010. One of them was acquired at time t = T1, and the other was acquired at time t = T2 (t = 0 corresponds to the beginning of 2010). The following graph shows the total amount of money on deposit with Franklin. Explain the significance of the discontinuities of the function at T1 and T2.
To explain: The significance of discontinuities of the function at and .
The graph in Figure (1) shows the total amount of money on deposit in Millions of dollars for different months, and the interval of months has been divided into three parts.
In first part, from time to which is a period of three and half months, the company worked as a single company and raised its assets from to .
Between the month of March and April , one company was acquired and the assets of the company got enhanced from to
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