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Let's do one with three pieces Graph. Let's put up the fencing: Remember that they can't cross over into the other neighborhoods!. A piecewise function is a function represented by two or more functions, each corresponding to a part of the domain.
A piecewise function is called piecewise because it acts differently on different “pieces” of the number line. Graphing piecewise functions shows you both connections and gaps.
Notice the three different sections to the graph. The left curve and the middle line don’t connect because a discontinuity exists when x = –2.
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