f(x)= (x^2+4)/(x-2) if x<=3 or kx-3 if x>3 Determine a value for k that makes the function continuous on the interval (2,10) for all real values of x in that interval. Please...
f(x)= (x^2+4)/(x-2) if x<=3 or kx-3 if x>3 Determine a value for k that makes the function continuous on the interval (2,10) for all real values of x in that interval. Please...
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