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    What is the domain of the function f(x) = square root of x-1/square root of x2? Is this function continuous everywhere where it is defined? Explain.

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    square root of x-1 defined for x-1>=0, so x>=1.
    square root of x^2 defined ...

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    Limits and continuity are investigated. The functions continuous are defined are determined.

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