T/F (with justification) The function f(x) = sin x if x &lt; 0, 1 + cos x if x &gt; 0 has a jump discontinuity at r = 0. T/F (with justification) A...
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# please help work for answers, if you can, can you please write it out on a piece of paper thank you src="/qa/attachment/10702403/" alt="Screen Shot 2019-10-02 at 7.36.58 PM.png" /> ATTACHMENT PREVIEW Download attachment Screen Shot 2019-10-02 at 7.36.58 PM.png 5. T/F (with justification) The function f(x) = sin x if x &lt; 0, 1 + cos x if x &gt; 0 has a jump discontinuity at r = 0. 6. T/F (with justification) A function that is continuous at a point has to be defined at the point. 7. T/F (with justification) A function that is discontinuous at a point can't be defined at the point.

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