## Graphing Piecewise Functions, Domain & Range – Limits, Continuity, & Absolute Value ,

This math video tutorial focuses on graphing piecewise functions as well determining points of discontinuity, limits, domain and range. This video is for students who may be taking algebra, precalculus, or even calculus. This video contains plenty of examples and practice problems.

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Here is a list of topics:
1. Piecewise Functions – Linear and Parabolic Functions
2. Domain and Range of Piecewise Functions
3. Right and Left End Behavior Using Limits
4. Continuity – Point, Jump and Infinity Discontinuity
5. Left and Right Hand Limits
6. Rational and Radical / Square Root Functions
7. Horizontal Lines, Linear Equations, and Absolute Value Functions

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### 28 Responses to “Graphing Piecewise Functions, Domain & Range – Limits, Continuity, & Absolute Value ,”

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What is the value of f(x) if the corresponding y-value is neither a hole nor a solid hole but just a line. Do you read off the graph ?

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21. J Grau says:

THE LIMIT DOES NOT EXIST!

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23. Naimatullah Khan it is truth says:

Before to solve the question plz sir define the topic first.

24. Omnivack says:

At 23:50 isn't the "-3" supposed to be in parentheses() rather than brackets [ ] because technically it doesn't include -3…??

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At 23:00 there is a mistake. We're only human. Could you put something in the video description to correct that? Thanks.

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28. Alfonso Busa says:

For the last one, the range should be [-3,0] U [0,3) U (3,infinity)