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^ supposed to be a piece-wise function.

State whether f is left- or right-continuous at each point of discontinuity.

I'm having difficulty figuring this out... please help?

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^ supposed to be a piece-wise function.

State whether f is left- or right-continuous at each point of discontinuity.

I'm having difficulty figuring this out... please help?

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^ supposed to be a piece-wise function.

State whether f is left- or right-continuous at each point of discontinuity.

I'm having difficulty figuring this out... please help?

Show you work so far.

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Well i tried graphing it...but I STILL DON'T UNDERSTAND

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Well i tried graphing it...but I STILL DON'T UNDERSTAND

Please explain exactly what you do not understand. We cannot guess about what is bothering you.

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Well i tried graphing it...but I STILL DON'T UNDERSTAND

jennaskim, either draw your graph, or describe it

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[tex]lim_{x→1^-} f(x)[/tex]

and

[tex]lim_{x→1^+} f(x)[/tex]

What happens here?

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