If possible, choose k so that the following function is continuous on any interval. f(x)= (4x^(3)-8x^(2))/(x-2) for x not= 2 k for x=2 alright, i need help on how to start this one, any suggestions would be very helpful, thank you
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Originally Posted by Plato great, so what exactly do you do to find that it = 4x^2?
You cannot find some value k such that is continuous with the rest of the function.
Originally Posted by mathlete great, so what exactly do you do to find that it = 4x^2? Do you know what it means for the function to be continuous at x=2?
Originally Posted by Plato Do you know what it means for the function to be continuous at x=2? oh, ok i got it...duh, thanks alot
Originally Posted by mathlete If possible, choose k so that the following function is continuous on any interval. f(x)= (4x^(3)-8x^(2))/(x-2) for x not= 2 k for x=2 alright, i need help on how to start this one, any suggestions would be very helpful, thank you so when : Hence: So if you make then will be continuous. RonL
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