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    determine where x is discontinuous

    determine where x is discontinuous

    f(x)=1/(2+ln x)
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    Re: determine where x is discontinuous

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    determine where x is discontinuous
    f(x)=1/(2+ln x)
    It is not continuous at x=e^{-2}. WHY?

    Where else?
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    Re: determine where x is discontinuous

    no where else i suppose? just wondering how to get to the answer but i see it now. thank you
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    Re: determine where x is discontinuous

    Quote Originally Posted by sluggerbroth View Post
    no where else i suppose? just wondering how to get to the answer but i see it now.
    Is the function even defined for x\le 0~?
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