Posted by **Steven** on Saturday, September 15, 2007 at 5:56pm.

For some reason the answer to this question is alluding me, Im sure its probbly something simple im just over looking.

For what (numerical) value of the constant "c" is the function continous on (-?,?)?( Justify Answer)

f(x)= x^2-cx if x>-1

cx^2+x if x?-1

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