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Ex 5.1, 33 Examine that sinβ‘| π₯ | is a continuous function.π(π₯) = γsin γβ‘|π₯| Let π(π) = sinβ‘π₯ & π(π) = |π₯| Now, πππ (π) = g(β(π₯)) = π(|π₯|) = γsin γβ‘|π₯| = π(π) Hence, π(π₯) = ππβ (π₯) We know that π(π) = sinβ‘π₯ is continuous as sin x is always continuous & π(π) = |π₯| is continuous as modulus function is continuous Hence, π(π₯) & β(π₯) are both continuous . We know that If two function of π(π₯) & β(π₯) both continuous, then their composition πππ(π) is also continuous Hence, π(π) is continuous . Given π(π₯)= |π₯| β |π₯+1|. Here, we have 2 critical points x = 0 and x + 1 = 0 i.e. x = 0, and x = β1 So, our intervals will be When πβ€βπ When βπ<π<π When πβ₯π When πβ€βπ π(π₯)= |π₯| β |π₯+1|. Here, both will be negative π(π₯)=(βπ₯) β(β(π₯+1)) π(π₯)=βπ₯+(π₯+1) " " π(π)=π When βπ<πβ€π π(π₯)= |π₯| β |π₯+1|. Here, x will be negative, but (x + 1) will be positive π(π₯)=(βπ₯) β(π₯+1) π(π₯)=βπ₯βπ₯β1 " " π(π)=βππβπ |π₯| = {β(π₯, π₯ β₯0@βπ₯, π₯<0)β€ |π₯+1| = {β((π₯+1) , π₯+1β₯0@β(π₯+1) π₯+1<0)β€ = {β((π₯+1) , π₯β₯β1@β(π₯+1) π₯<1)β€ When πβ₯π π(π₯)= |π₯| β |π₯+1|. Here, both will be positive π(π₯)=π₯ β(π₯+1) π(π₯)=π₯βπ₯β1 " " π(π)=βπ Thus, our function becomes π(π)={β(π ππ πβ€βπ@βππβπ ππ βπ<π<π@βπ ππ πβ₯π)β€ Since we need to find continuity at of the function We check continuity for different values of x When x < β1 When x = β1 When β1 < x < 0 When x = 0 When x > 0 Checking continuity Case 1 : When x < β1 For x < β1, f(x) = 1 Since this constant It is continuous β΄ f(x) is continuous for x < β1 Case 2 : When x = β1 f(x) is continuous at π₯ =β1 if L.H.L = R.H.L = π(β1) if limβ¬(xβγβ1γ^β ) π(π₯)=limβ¬(xβγβ1γ^+ ) " " π(π₯)= π(β1) Since there are two different functions on the left & right of β1, we take LHL & RHL . LHL at x β β1 limβ¬(xβγβ1γ^β ) f(x) = limβ¬(hβ0) f(β1 β h) = limβ¬(hβ0) 1 = 1 RHL at x β 0 limβ¬(xβγβ1γ^+ ) f(x) = limβ¬(hβ0) f(β1 + h) = limβ¬(hβ0) (β2(β1+β))β1 = limβ¬(hβ0) (2β2β)β1 = (2 β 2(0)) β 1 = 2 β 0 β 1 = 1 & π(0) = β1 Hence, L.H.L = R.H.L = π(0) β΄ f is continuous at x = 0 Case 5: When x > 0 For x > 0, f(x) = β1 Since this constant It is continuous β΄ f(x) is continuous for x > 0 Since there is no point of discontinuity Therefore, f is continuous for all x β R

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