If f(x) function with domain [0.infinty) and g(x) is (1-x)/floor(x) what is the domain of fx/gx

If f(x) function with domain [0.infinty) and g(x) is (1-x)/floor(x) what is the domain of fx/gx

This is a year 11 methods question about applying function notation. Could someones please explain the question and then give me a working out for it?

Their are 2 answers. A. The independent variable is V; the dependent variable is h. The domain is D=? B. The Independent variable Is h; The dependent variable is V. The domain...

Round the answer algebraically to the nearest 100th

Given f(x)=x-5 and g(x)=lx+7l, which of the following is the domain of the quotient function f/g?

This is a question in college algebra i would like to understand. Functions.

f(x)= 2x/x^2-4

Function: f(x)=-4x-8 R:{-16,-28,-36,-40} Find the domain

Please explain in detail how to solve this problem. thank you so much! Identifying functions from their equations Decide whether each relation defines y as a function of x. Give...

I would like a hint about solving exponential and logarithmic functions while finding domains?

f(x)=(1-x)/7x, g(x)=1/(1+7x) Find (f*g)(x) and its domain Find (g*f)(x) and its domain

ƒ(x)= 1 / √4x2 - 7x + 3 (^^^ That's a square root symbol ^^^) Have tried many times with no correct answers so far Please help ASAP! Thanks...

A. -29/12 B. 4/3 C. 7/3 D. 29/12

Plan a charges $11 a month and $0.21 per minute.plan b charges $20 a month and $0.10 per minute

The answer has to be a yes or no answer. Also you need to explain the problem

x2-3x-10/-4x

{(-2, 0), (-1,1), (-2,4), (1,3)} State the Domain and Range of the relation Domain = Range =

My question is in the description.

Find the domain of the following function: f(x)=2+8/2-x + 3/x-3 and evaluate the function when x is equal to 1 and 0

g(x) = 1/(x − 2) + 5 (x > 2). The domain has been changed from x can't equal 2 to x > 2 (i) Sketch the graph of g, using equal scales on the axes, showing...