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    Continuity Problem

    Show that the following function is continuous on its domain and state the domain:
    h(x)=^4\sqrt{x}+x^{3}cos(x)
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    Hi,

    Since ^4\sqrt{x} is just defined on the positive reals, the domain is going to be (0,\infty)
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