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Can anyone please explain to me that how can I find the discontinuities of the following function?

f(x)=[(x+1)(x+2)]/(x-3)^2


THANKS A LOT~!

  • calculus -

    When (x-3)^2 = 0, we have an undefined expression on the right
    that is when
    x = 3

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