The domain are your "limits" on what you can plug in for x.

The basic rules are that you can't take the square root of a negative number, or have 0 as the denominator. Neither of those are applicable, so your domain is all real numbers.

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The domain are your "limits" on what you can plug in for x.

The basic rules are that you can't take the square root of a negative number, or have 0 as the denominator. Neither of those are applicable, so your domain is all real numbers.

Arturo O. answered • 04/08/18

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