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    F(x)= square root of x - 2(the 2 is not a part of the square root)/ x-4 ; x=2
    decide if the given function is continuous at the specified value of s.

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    I assume that the function is like this:
    f(x)=sqrt(x-2)/(x-4) at x=2.

    lim f(x)= ...

    Solution Summary

    This shows how to determine if a function is continuous at a given value.