Continuous Function In Exercises 103 and 104, find the value of c that makes the function continuous at .
To calculate: The value of c that makes function continuous at .
The function is:
And the limit of x tends to 0.
According to rule if the limit of as approaches to c produces indeterminate forms, then .
It is provided that the function is:
Now put the limit x tends to 0 in equation (1) by using provided condition,
Now, as we put equal to 0 in equation (2), it makes the form , which is an indeterminate form.
Therefore, apply rule in equation (2),
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