12th grade Calculus

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It says find the numbers, if any, at which the given function is discontinuous.

f(x)=abs(x+2)
*abs - absolute value

f(x)=e^xsinx

for both of these problems i saw that it was continuous but i don't really know

  • 12th grade Calculus -

    Both are continous.

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    Thank you so much bobpursley!!!

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