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Continuity of Functions

Continuity of Functions

Continuity on an Interval via Pictures Exercises

Example 1

Look at the function f drawn below:

Determine whether the function is continuous on the given interval. If not, state the points in the interval at which f is discontinuous.

  • (-5,-3)

Example 2

Determine whether the function is continuous on the given interval. If not, state the points in the interval at which f is discontinuous. 

  •  (-5,3)

Example 3

Determine whether the function is continuous on the given interval. If not, state the points in the interval at which f is discontinuous. 

 

  • (9,10)

Example 4

Determine whether the function is continuous on the given interval. If not, state the points in the interval at which f is discontinuous. 

 

  • (-3,-1)

Example 5

Determine whether the function is continuous on the given interval. If not, state the points in the interval at which f is discontinuous. 

 

  • (0,4)
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