f(x) = -2x +b, if x<-4 -96/x-b, if >(or equal to) -4 There are exactly two values for b which make f(x) a continuous function at x=-4. The one with the greater asolute value is b=______
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Originally Posted by B-lap f(x) = -2x +b, if x<-4 -96/x-b, if >(or equal to) -4 There are exactly two values for b which make f(x) a continuous function at x=-4. The one with the greater asolute value is b=______ from the left side of , gets close to both sides should be equal for to be continuous. solve the equation for b ...
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