Hard Calculus
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f(x)= xsquared  2x
Determine whether y= f(IxI) is continous at x= 0 justify your answer

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1. determine if f(x) exists at x=0.
2. If it exists, calculate the limites of the following as x>0
a. f(x)
b. f(x+)
c. f(x)
If all three have identical values, f(x) is continuous at f(0).
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