A rational function \( h(x) = {f(x) \over g(x)} \) is continuous at x = a if what condition is satisfied? 


a) f(a) and g(a) are both defined

b) g(a) is defined

c) g(a) ≠ 0

d) f(a) ≠ 0 and g(a) ≠ 0


I believe the answer is A. 

Julius  Feb 23, 2018

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Based on the following, I believe "c"  is correct :


(ii.) Every rational function is continuous everywhere it is defined, i.e., at every point in its domain. Its only discontinuities occur at the zeros of its denominator.






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CPhill  Feb 23, 2018

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