Does a limit exist on a graph at (-1,0) if the point is solid, and has a right sided limit, but there is nothing left of the point?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I understand that if the left sided limit and the right sided limit are different then it doesnt exist, but on my graph it shows a line coming from the right, stopping at (-1,0). where it stops, there is a solid dot indicating it's continuous (I'm assuming, correct me if I'm wrong), but the function stops there. There are no points or lines left of (-1,0)

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# Does a limit exist on a graph at (-1,0) if the point

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