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Question 04 (a) 

FullSolution Problems. In questions 28, justify your answers and show all your work. If a box is provided, write your final answer there. Simplification of answers is not required unless explicitly requested. Let NOTE: Another notation for tan^{1}(x) is arctan(x) Show that ƒ(x) is continuous at x = 1. 
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What are the conditions for a function to be continuous at a point x = a? 
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Please rate my easiness! It's quick and helps everyone guide their studies. To have continuity we need that: [1] The function f(x) is defined at x = 1. [2] exists and is equal to f(1). Clearly we can evaluate . So f(1) is defined and [1] is satisfied. To check condition 2), we need to evaluate the limit as x goes to 1 of f(x), but since the function is piecewise defined, we need to evaluate the left and righthand limits and confirm that they are equal. From this we can see the left and righthand limits are equal and that they equal f(1), so [2] is also satisfied. Thus f(x) is continuous at x = 1. 