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lim x->3- k(x) = lim x->3+ k(x)

i realli hv no idea. could sumone help me please?

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lim x->3- k(x) = lim x->3+ k(x)

i realli hv no idea. could sumone help me please?

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sorry i typed the question wrong k(3)=-1

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sorry i typed the question wrong k(3)=-1

S'ok. But the question is still odd, because the values of the function don't have anything to do with whether the two limits are equal. If a function is continuous at x=3, what can you say about it's left and right hand limits? Do you mean to say k(x) is only defined on the interval [3,4]? Or is it defined and continuous everywhere?

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S'ok. But the question is still odd, because the values of the function don't have anything to do with whether the two limits are equal. If a function is continuous at x=3, what can you say about it's left and right hand limits? Do you mean to say k(x) is only defined on the interval [3,4]? Or is it defined and continuous everywhere?

k(x) is continuous for all real numbers

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umm im not exactly sure but the left hand limit should equal the right hand limit?

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yes lol but thank you so much for ur help. it helped cleared things up for me.

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