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For what value(s) of
is the graph non-differentiable, regardless of the values of and ? Explain what happens to at these points. has a cusp within the domain of one of the pieces. Where is it?
Find values of
and so the graph is both continuous and differentiable at .
Write a system of equations: [piece
of ] [piece of ], evaluated at . [piece of ] [piece of ], evaluated at .
Use algebra to solve for
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