Paige N.

# Find the domain of each function.

Find the domain of each function.

1.) f(x)=(x^2-4x+3)/(x-1)

2.) g(x)=(x^2-4)(x-3)/(x^2-x-6)

3.) F(x)=(x^3-2x^2)/(x-2)

4.) G(x)=√(x-1)

5.) f(x)=3/√(x-4)

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Vivian L. answered • 10/16/13

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Paige N.

Thank you very much Madam! I reall appreciate your detailed answer! :)
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10/16/13

Vivian L.

Paige;
How are you doing?  I am very curious as to how you scored. Please e-mail me and let me know.
It was always my understanding that the way to establish domain is by reducing the equation to its simplest form, and then finding limitations.
I was on another website, executing some research.  According to this, the original equation is used to set the limits.
What did your instructor say?
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10/20/13

Paige N.

My instructor haven't said anything yet as of now. He gave us this as an assignment and it is due tomorrow. I tried to ask help from my cousin who is also good at math, and he said that my answers starting from 1 to 3 are quite different from what he expected, but rest assured that your answers from 4 to 5 are correct. :) For example, he said that the answer for number 1 is "all real numbers except 1" for number 2 he said that the domain is "all real numbers except -2 and 3" while for number 3 he said that the domain is "all real numbers except 2". But I really appreciate your hardwork for answering this! :) Please do comment if you have any ideas too :)
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10/21/13

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