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Analyzing Functions in Context

Analyzing Functions in Context 1.2 - Solution

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Let's go through both types separately.

Discrete

Discrete functions take on specific values and nothing in-between. Thus, the graph of such a function is a number of disconnected points. There is only one graph like that,

discrete functions

Continuous

A continuous function can take on any value in certain ranges, and the graph of a continuous function is a curve or a fraction of a curve. There are three such graphs: and

continuous functions