How can I find the domain for the following problem?

How can I find the domain for the following problem?

when determining the domain of a function that has a root as the numerator and a quadratic function as a denominator, do I need to solve just the latter one or both? when determining the domain...

Find the domian of 3x/7-x

The domain must be either greater than or less than x. Not sure how to set this up correctly.

domain?

what is the domain of y=7x+(x/3)

A local bank has a debit card that gives a $3 reward each month you use your card for $50 or more in purchases. Write an equation relating rewards earned, y, to total monthly purchases, x. give the...

Find the domain of the function h where h(x)=(x(x-12))^1/2

What is the domain/range of y=(1/3)^x

This equation has me stumped, I know that it can not equal zero but that is it. Please help.

what is the answer

Let f(x) = (x - 9)/(x + 2) (a) Calculate f(-3). I got f=-4 for this. or if i didn't finish the entire equation it would be -3f=12 would i finish the equation for this? f(-3)=(-3)-9/(-3)+2 -3f=-12/(-3)+2 -3f=-12/-1 -3f=12 -3f/-3=12/-3 f=-4 (b)...

Task: to create, characterize, graph and present a polynomial function that represents your birthday. my birthday is August 11,1999 I need: Domain and range Y-intercept Maximum...

I am trying to figure this out, could somebody please help me? What is the domain of the tangent function?

Find the domain of ƒ(x) = 2x − 100 + 200.

Given the function f(x)=log (5-8x) a. find the domain of the function in set notation b. solve the function when f(x)=0

What is the domain of: f(x)= log2(x3-X) I know how to find the domain of logarithms, but I can't figure out how to treat the x3-x>0. Help please?

Find the domain and range of the function below. f(x)= -(x+2)^3-2 The domain of f(x)is The range of f(x) is

Given the function h(t)= 3t-1/2t^2-11t+5, find the domain and express your answer in set builder or interval form.

f(x)= -3x-2 x less than 4 3/4x-1 x greater than or equal to 4 I have figured out the domain is (-infinity,infinity). I am really struggling on...