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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Classification_of_discontinuities

The point x0 = 1 is a

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a function for which lim_(x->1-)f(x)=lim_(x while f(1)=5/2 . In particular, f has a

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There are actually two ways you can get a

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As your pre-calculus teacher will tell you, functions that aren't continuous at an x
value either have a

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Feb 2, 2013 ... Determine whether the graph of the function has a vertical asymptote or a
removable discontinuity at x=4 of f(x)=(x^2-3x-4)/(x-4)

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Sep 9, 2012 ... Chapter 1.4: Continuity and One-sided Limits Removable and Non-removable
discontinuities .

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Apr 18, 2013 ... Determine which discontinuities are removable or nonremovable . (a) f(x)=3/(x-7)
(b) g(x)=(x-4)/(x^2-16)

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Sep 9, 2012 ... Definition of a removable discontinuity with examples.

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but f(a) is not defined or f(a) L. Discontinuities for which the limit of f(x) exists and
is finite are called

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This represents a discontinuity, since the function is not connected over the
dotted ... Point discontinuities are also called