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Problem 2 Easy Difficulty

If $ f $ is continuous on $ (-\infty, \infty) $, what can you say about its graph?

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I are X axis is continuous everywhere from X negative infinity. All the way to excess positive infinity. There's a few things that we could say about the function of X. Uh First of all, it is defined if it's continuous on the entire X axis and it is clearly defined on the entire X axis. And also such first thing that we can claim. 2nd thing we can clean is that the limit of F of X as X approaches any number A on the X axis exists. So if F is continuous on the entire uh, X access, then it's defined everywhere on the X axis. And more importantly, the limit of the function exists as X approaches any number A belonging on the X axis. Okay.