1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data f(x) = -x + b, if x < 2 = 5, if x = 2 = -20/(x-b) + 1, if x > 2 For what value(s) of b does f have a removable discontinuity at 2? For what value(s) of b does f have a (finite) jump discontinuity at 2? Write your answer in interval notation. 3. The attempt at a solution I'm completely stumped on the removable discontinuity, because I thought you had to be able to cancel out the bottom? And I'm not sure how to find a jump discontinuity.