OpenStudy (stephy321):

want to know if my answer is correct. I chose B and D. I chose B because when the limit approaches one, the value it approaches is 1, mesning it exists. I chose D because thebonly discontinuities shown are removal and infinite discontinuity. can someone tell me whether I'm correct or not? Thanks!

1 year ago
OpenStudy (jhonyy9):

ok but what is your exercise ? you dont posted it again

1 year ago
OpenStudy (stephy321):

is this what you mean?^

1 year ago
OpenStudy (data_lg2):

Your answers seems right. For a limit to exist, left side limit must be equal to the right side limit.The left and right side limit as x approaches to 1 is 1, hence the limit should exist. I also agree with letter D, since the hole is the removal and the asymptote is the infinite discontinuity. There is no jump discontinuity on the graph.

1 year ago