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deliahh

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how do i find the intervals of x where the function is continuous when the function is 36/x^2?
 [Mar 22, 2012 7:41:12 PM] [Link]
pskinner

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 how do i find the intervals of x where the function is continuous when the function is 36/x^2?thanks for your help!

The function is defined for all values of x except 0. It is continuous on the two intervals (-inf,0) and (0,inf).
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 [Mar 24, 2012 8:45:52 AM] [Link]
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