The answer is all values of b except -2,3
since if lim f(x) is from the left exists
2+ b = 5 b= 3
Similarly if -5/(-2-b) + 4 = 5 then b = 3 makes the limit from the right
I've been able to find the removable and infinite discontinuity and where it is continuous, but i've no idea how to find the interval where there is a jump.Code:Given this piecewise function f(x)= -x+b if x<-2 5 if x=-2 ((-5)/(x-b))+4 if x>-2 For what value(s) of does have a (finite) jump discontinuity at −2? Write your answer in interval notation.