In 918, solve each linear programming problem.
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Week 11 (start of exam 3 material) Continuity: A function f is continuous at a if lim fx = f a) x→a Continuity requires 3 things for f (x): 1. f(a) is defined lim f(x)∃ 2. x→a lim f(x)= f(a) 3. x→a Understand the meaning of continuous from the left versus from the right o A function is continuous from the right at x=a if x →a+¿ f x)= f(a) l¿m ¿ o A function is continuous from the left at x=a if x→a−¿ f (x=f a) lim ¿ ¿ If f & g are continuous at point x=a , the following are also continu
Textbook: Precalculus Enhanced with Graphing Utilities
Author: Michael Sullivan
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