Let f(x)=x^2 when x is not equal to 0. How would you define the value of f at

x=0 so that the new function is continous at x=0. Justify your anwser.

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- December 5th 2006, 12:15 AMmyoplex11continuity problem
Let f(x)=x^2 when x is not equal to 0. How would you define the value of f at

x=0 so that the new function is continous at x=0. Justify your anwser. - December 5th 2006, 12:34 AMTD!
If a function f is continuous at x = a, the the limit of f for x to a has to be equal to f(a).