Let F(X) = 5x-4, if x is less than or equal to 2 -4x+b, if x is greater than 2 If is a function which is continuous everywhere, then we must have b=_______?
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Originally Posted by redraider717 Let F(X) = 5x-4, if x is less than or equal to 2 -4x+b, if x is greater than 2 If is a function which is continuous everywhere, then we must have b=_______? intuitively, what does continuous mean? it means there are no gaps, which means, we want -4x + b to pick up exactly where 5x - 4 left off. let and we want, (yes, technically, is not in the domain of , but we do this because we want to get arbitrary close to )
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