let f be defined as follows where a is not equal to 0.

f(x) = x^2-a^2 for x is not equal to a

and f(x) = 0, for x=a

which of the following are true about f?

I. lim from x to a f(x) exists

II. f(a) exists.

III. f(x) is continuous at x=a

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- April 12th 2008, 08:55 PMsandiego234limits
let f be defined as follows where a is not equal to 0.

f(x) = x^2-a^2 for x is not equal to a

and f(x) = 0, for x=a

which of the following are true about f?

I. lim from x to a f(x) exists

II. f(a) exists.

III. f(x) is continuous at x=a

(Talking) - April 12th 2008, 09:00 PMMathstud28Ok
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