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Find the value of the constant C that makes the following function continuous on (infinity, +inf)
f(x)={cx+2 if x is in (inf,2]
cx^22 if x i in (2, inf)

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Damon
cx+2 = cx^22 at x = 2
2c+2 = 4c2
2c = 4
c = 2
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