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Is the function continuous on (-infinity, infinity)? Explain. f(x) = cos x; if x<0 0; if...

Is the function continuous on (-infinity, infinity)? Explain.

f(x) = cos x; if x<0
0; if x= 0
1-x^2 ; if x>0

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