Michael Cho

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A drippy faucet adds one milliliter to the volume of water in a tub at precisely one second intervals. Let g be the function that represents the volume of water in the tub as a function of the depth of the water, x, in the tub. a. g is a continuous function at every depth x b. not enough information to know where g is continuous c. g is not continuous at any depth x d. there are some values of x at which g is not continuousA drippy faucet adds one milliliter to the volume of water in a tub at precisely one second intervals. Let g be the function that represents the volume of water in the tub as a function of the depth of the water, x, in the tub. a. g is a continuous function at every depth x b. not enough information to know where g is continuous c. g is not continuous at any depth x d. there are some values of x at which g is not continuous

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