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Never lift your ______. (common terms for describing a graph of a continuous function)
All polynomials are _______
4 types of discontinuity (pot hole)
4 types of discontinuity (kangaroo)
4 types of discontinuity (and beyond)
4 types of discontinuity (back and forth)
continuity can be at a ________
or continuity can be of a ________
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'if g is continuous at c and if f is continuous at f(g(c)), then f(g(x)) is continuous at c' describes continuity properties of:
Is the function f(x) = 1/x continuous?
Where is the function f(x) = ((x+4)(x-2))/(x-3) discontinuous?
Find the limit of (x^2 – x + 3)/(x + 4) as x approaches infinity.
Find the limit of (3x - 2)/(4x + 1) as x approaches infinity.
Find the limit of (x^3) as x approaches 4.
Find the limit of (1/x) as x approaches 0.
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