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CourseWare Site will be unavailable from 10:00PM, Thursday (January 06, 2011) to 6:00AM, Friday (January 07, 2011) due to scheduled maintenance. Click Here For Printable Version Quiz - 2 Almadhaji, Rawaa CLOCK Start Time 1/9/2011 1:25:28 AM Time Taken 01:17:01 Navigation [5] Q 1 [5] Q 2 [5] Q 3 [5] Q 4 [5] Q 5 [5] Q 6 [5] Q 7 [5] Q 8 [5] Q 9 [5] Q 10 [5] Q 11 [5] Q 12 [5] Q 13 [5] Q 14 [5] Q 15 [5] Q 16 [5] Q 17 [5] Q 18 [5] Q 19 [5] Q 20 Test Information Your Score is 100 Out of: 100 Time Allowed: 120 min Total Problems: 20 Coloring Legend Not Answered Incorrect Correct You scored 100 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. The graph of the function f is given below,
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On which of the following intervals is f continuous? a) [3, 5] b) (-1, 3] c) [-1, 3] d) [5, 8] e) (-4, 0) Question 2 Your answer is CORRECT. Determine if the following function is continous at the point where x = -4. a) The function has a removable discontinuity at x = -4 b) The function has an infinite discontinuity at x = -4 c) The function is continuous at x = -4 d) The function has a jump discontinuity at
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