Given: I need to find the constants a and b such that the function is continous on the entire real number line. how can i do this ? (step by step is helpful)
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Originally Posted by hemi Given: I need to find the constants a and b such that the function is continous on the entire real number line. how can i do this ? (step by step is helpful) A function is said to be continuous at if Therefore, Solving for and we get and
Originally Posted by pankaj A function is said to be continuous at if Therefore, Solving for and we get and just a small thing pankaj b-a=2 not -2 since f(-1)=2
Sorry. I goofed up
will this make the final answer of b = 2 then rather then -2?
b-a=2 3a+b=-2 ok a-b=-2 3a+b=-2 find sum two equation 4a=-4 a=-1 so b-(-1)=2 b+1=2 b=1
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