(Section 2.8: Continuity) 2.8.8 Example 7Let fx()=1±x2. What is the graph of y=?y=±x2²y2=1±x2y³0²x2+y2=1y³0The graph is the upper half of the unit circle centered at the origin, including the points ±1, 0and . (Figure 2.8.j) What are the “continuity intervals” here?When giving what we will call the “continuity intervals” of a function, we give the most complete possible answer to the question, “Where is the function continuous?” We include brackets where appropriate. For the first two functions in
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