h(t)= t 1 h, left parenthesis, t, right parenthesis, equals, start fraction, 1, divided by, t, end fraction What is the domain of h?h?

h(t)= t 1 h, left parenthesis, t, right parenthesis, equals, start fraction, 1, divided by, t, end fraction What is the domain of h?h?

Compute the domain of the function f(x)= ax−15 in terms of a. Assume a>0. Answer with an interval, i.e. [0, infinity), or unions of intervals, i.e. (-infinity,1]U(6,9), or answer simply with an...

I have the function of y=(e^x/3)/4 how can I find out the domain?

how does this work

i dont know how to figure this out

i thought is was just everything but what makes the denominator zero so shouldnt it be everything but 2

y = sqrt ( tan(x) )

I can't figure it out

i wanna know the answer to this

i cant figure out the domain the graph shows 0 to infinity but tit says its wrong

domain of 21x/12+√4x-4

Don’t the both of them mean the same? i.e from 2 to infinity? There was this one mcq which had both of these options. So how do yoy differentiate between the two?

functions domain and range

a) f(x) = log(x −4) b) f(x) = log(5 − x) c) f(x) = − ln(x + 2)

g(t)= ∫0t((1/1-x)+(1/(1+x)^2))dx

What is the domain of this equation? f(x)=3/8d. Where d is the amount of sugar in something

Show all steps. The equation is f(x)=log (x+5 over x-2)

Show all work, step by step.

f(x)=7/1+24/x

state the domain 13+x is to the root did not show in question

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