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Then, the point x0 = 1 is a

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both exist and that L_1!=L_2 . The notion of

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fails to exist (or is infinite), then there is no way to remove the

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This represents a discontinuity, since the function is not connected over the
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f(x)=x1, Discontinuity at x=0. f(x)=x−3x2−9, Removable Discontinuity at x=3. f(x)=
x2 1 x+1 x 0 x=0 x 0, Discontinuity at x=0. f(x)= 1 3 x 0 x 0,