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x-5-4-3-2011234 f (x) AnalyticallyGraphically Numerically What is a piecewise function? Rule of Four Name:_________________ Date:____________ 1. AnalyticallyGraphicallyVerbally Numerically 2. Verbally Domain: Range: Slopes: x-intercepts: y-intercepts: Discontinuity: Continuity: Domain: Range: Slopes: x-intercepts: y-intercepts: Discontinuity: Continuity: x-4-3-20122345 h(x)h(x)

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AnalyticallyGraphically Numerically 3. x-5-3 0123345 k(x)k(x) AnalyticallyGraphicallyVerbally Numerically 4. Verbally Domain: Range: Slopes: x-intercepts: y-intercepts: Discontinuity: Continuity: Domain: Range: Slopes: x-intercepts: y-intercepts: Discontinuity: Continuity: x-5-4-3-2012234 g(x)g(x)

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x f (x) AnalyticallyGraphically Numerically 5.Verbally Domain: Range: Slopes: x-intercepts: y-intercepts: Discontinuity: Continuity: AnalyticallyGraphicallyVerbally Numerically 6. Domain: Range: Slopes: x-intercepts: y-intercepts: Discontinuity: Continuity: x h(x)h(x)

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AnalyticallyGraphically Numerically 7. x k(x)k(x) AnalyticallyGraphicallyVerbally Numerically 8. Verbally Domain: Range: Slopes: x-intercepts: y-intercepts: Discontinuity: Continuity: Domain: Range: Slopes: x-intercepts: y-intercepts: Discontinuity: Continuity: x g(x)g(x)

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x f (x) AnalyticallyGraphically Numerically 9.Verbally Domain: Range: Slopes: x-intercepts: y-intercepts: Discontinuity: Continuity: AnalyticallyGraphicallyVerbally Numerically 10. Domain: Range: Slopes: x-intercepts: y-intercepts: Discontinuity: Continuity: x h(x)h(x)

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x f (x) AnalyticallyGraphically Numerically 11.Verbally Domain: Range: Slopes: x-intercepts: y-intercepts: Discontinuity: Continuity: AnalyticallyGraphicallyVerbally Numerically 12. Domain: Range: Slopes: x-intercepts: y-intercepts: Discontinuity: Continuity: x k(x)k(x)

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