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    graph of one-sided limits

    2+x^2, if x<0
    Graph f(x)={
    2-x^2, if x>=0

    can someone make a graph of this piecewise function to let me know if i have mine correct?

    I will try to describe mine..

    dot at P(0,2). there's an arrow that extends diagonal to the right downward and there's an arrow that extends diagonal to the left upward.. if someone could make a graph of this to demonstrate the correct version that would be extremely appreciated! thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by skeske1234 View Post
    2+x^2, if x<0
    Graph f(x)={
    2-x^2, if x>=0

    can someone make a graph of this piecewise function to let me know if i have mine correct?

    I will try to describe mine..

    dot at P(0,2). there's an arrow that extends diagonal to the right downward and there's an arrow that extends diagonal to the left upward.. if someone could make a graph of this to demonstrate the correct version that would be extremely appreciated! thanks
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