   Chapter 9, Problem 35RE Mathematical Applications for the ...

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Section Mathematical Applications for the ...

12th Edition
Ronald J. Harshbarger + 1 other
ISBN: 9781337625340
Textbook Problem

In Problems 35 and 36, use the graphs to find (a) the points of discontinuity, (b) lim x → ∞ f ( x ) , and (c) lim x → − ∞ f ( x ) . (a)

To determine

The points of continuity for the function with the graph, Explanation

Given Information:

The provided graph of the function is

Explanation:

Consider the provided graph of the function,

For a function to be continuous at x=a the left hand limit must be equal to the right hand limit and the value of the function at x=a must be equal to the limits.

From the graph, the value of the function does not exist at x=0, as the point is indicated with a hollow circle

(b)

To determine

The value of limxf(x) from the graph of the function, (c)

To determine

The value of limxf(x) from the graph of the function, Still sussing out bartleby?

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