Q. 2

Show that ƒ(x) = (x2+3x+4) is continuous at x=1.

Answer :

Left Hand Limit: =


= 7


Right Hand Limit: =


= 7


ƒ(1) = 7


Since, = f(1)


f is continuous at x=1.


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