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    Continuity

    f(x)=
    (Square root -x) x<0
    3-x 0<(or equal to) x<3
    (x-3)^3 x>3


    Its all Part of the function.
    Where is it continous?
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    Quote Originally Posted by meg24209 View Post
    f(x)=
    (Square root -x) x<0
    3-x 0<(or equal to) x<3
    (x-3)^3 x>3


    Its all Part of the function.
    Where is it continous?
    The only places where it has a chance of being discontinuities are: 0, 3.
    Now to check this take the limit right the right and left at these point and see if they agree.
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