I iluvmathbutitshard Nov 2009 87 0 May 13, 2010 #1 Determine whether f is continuous at x = c in the function given below. Use the 3 conditions of continuity to justify your answer. f(x) = : (x - 1, if x < 2), (2, if x = 2), (2x, if x > 2) Any help is appreciated.

Determine whether f is continuous at x = c in the function given below. Use the 3 conditions of continuity to justify your answer. f(x) = : (x - 1, if x < 2), (2, if x = 2), (2x, if x > 2) Any help is appreciated.

pickslides MHF Helper Sep 2008 5,237 1,625 Melbourne May 13, 2010 #2 iluvmathbutitshard said: Determine whether f is continuous at x = c in the function given below. Use the 3 conditions of continuity to justify your answer. f(x) = : (x - 1, if x < 2), (2, if x = 2), (2x, if x > 2) Any help is appreciated. Click to expand... Given the question I would say \(\displaystyle c\in \mathbb{R} /\{2\}\) You really need to graph this function. Have you done this?

iluvmathbutitshard said: Determine whether f is continuous at x = c in the function given below. Use the 3 conditions of continuity to justify your answer. f(x) = : (x - 1, if x < 2), (2, if x = 2), (2x, if x > 2) Any help is appreciated. Click to expand... Given the question I would say \(\displaystyle c\in \mathbb{R} /\{2\}\) You really need to graph this function. Have you done this?

I iluvmathbutitshard Nov 2009 87 0 May 13, 2010 #3 Yes, I actually just figured out how to do it, and I got the right answer. Thank you for replying.