Help!!! (Yes or No Q)
Is it No, F is not continuous function of r? (Thinking) help help! well, since i think that there's a space between this fuction...it's no?
i also checked these 2 sites: @ yahoo
Calculus + Continuous Functions? - Yahoo! Answers
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can't really decide since it's 50% each. but i'm going for the no since there seems to be a gap! (Thinking)(Thinking) help
Draw the graph. There is no jump (or gap as you call it). It should be quite clear that the two parts of the graph join at r = R. F is continuous.
Originally Posted by miss.strw
Note 1: The domain for the first part of the rule is wrong. It should be .
Note 2: The function is NOT differentiable at r = R.