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Is f(x)=|x+2| integrable? Please give a reason behind your answer.

Yes, it is piecewise integrable.

http://www.mathwords.com/p/piecewise_continuous_function.htm

Could you explain that a bit more? I understand that is is continuous, but how does that relate to integration?

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