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Asked Oct 21, 2019
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How do I find the domain of fractions?

Here is my current problem I'm having trouble understanding.

What am I supposed to look for specifically here? I know that the denominator can't be 0. I'm not sure what the rules are for radicants in the demoninator.


4х —1
Vх+3
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Step 1

Given,

4х—1
Vx+3
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4х—1 Vx+3

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Since, the domain of a function is the set of input values for which the function is real and defined.

So, the given fu...

Vx 3
0 and x 3
0
>x -3 and x -3
.χε (-3, οo)
. The domain of the given function is (-3, co)
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Vx 3 0 and x 3 0 >x -3 and x -3 .χε (-3, οo) . The domain of the given function is (-3, co)

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