This is a question on a quiz I took a week ago. The same question is on my study guide T-T
I originally said: "When x approaches 1 the value does not exist. However, it exists when x approaches 2"
My professor said that the answer was incomplete? Why is that, and how can I complete my statement?
You should probably think about the limit as x approaches a from above (i.e. the right) and from below (the left).
Alan, could you comment on my answer please?
The limit as x approaches 1 from above exists It is 1 I think
The limit as x approaches 1 from below exists It is p(x) I think
I don't think that the limit as x approaches 2 exists at all.
Is this right?
Now you are giving me homework? A l r i g H t .
Thanks Alan, I really should look at that! You are right