Removable Discontinuity...2

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    Calculus
    Section 2.5

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    upload_2022-5-20_16-12-12.gif , so upload_2022-5-20_16-13-8.gif

    if x=3, f(x) is undefined and has a hole which we removed

    so, f(x)=x-4 is continuous
     
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    f(x)=x-4 not f(x)=x+4 as you stated
     
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    Ok. I made a typo.
     
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