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I have a very very basic question on CDF and limits

  1. Sep 11, 2009 #1
    I am taking an "introduction to probability" class and there is a question (related to calculus) that the professor is not going to go over it.

    Here is the question:
    Well, if we look at 'a', I was trying to find the limit when x->0+ and limit when x->0-. I am getting -1 and 1
    but the function is not defined at x=0.
    and it's not right continuous nor left continuous, and it has right and left limits, correct?

    OR I don't get the question.

    Can somebody tell me what I need to do here or lead me to the correct way ??

    Thanks in advance,
    Roni.
     
    Last edited: Sep 11, 2009
  2. jcsd
  3. Sep 11, 2009 #2
    ops, didn't see you have a homework forum :/
     
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