University Calculus: Early Transcendentals (3rd Edition)

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Chapter 2 - Section 2.2 - Limit of a Function and Limit Laws - Exercises - Page 66: 9


$f(x)$ does not need to be defined at $x=1$ and nothing else can be said.

Work Step by Step

The existence and non-existence of the limit as x approaches c does not depend on whether the function is defined or not defined at x=c. So f(x) does not need to be defined at $x=1$ and nothing can be said.
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