Calculus
posted by Matthew .
Could someone help me with this question.
Determine what limit would be represented by the following graph.
imgur dot com/bceWN
I am not sure if it has open dot or closed but what would the equation be for open and closed dot?

I don't see any dot. Also, it appears that the line at y=1 extends for all x, and for y=1 only for x<0
Assuming thet the graph is
y = 1 for x < 0
y = 1 for x > 0,
it could be y = x/x
If the line at y=1 extends for all x, then we could have
y^2 = 1 for x<0
y = 1 for x > 0
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