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Asked Aug 28, 2019
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F(x)= 3x/1+x3 

G(x)=3x2/1+x3

a. Graph each funtion

b. When is f(x)>0

C. when is G(x)>0

will F(x) ever be equal to G(x). If so, for what values of x

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Expert Answer

Step 1

(a) Graph of the functions F(x)= 3x/1+x3  and G(x)=3x2/1+x3, are shown below:  

3x2
1+x
3x
g(x)
f(x)
1+x
2+
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3x2 1+x 3x g(x) f(x) 1+x 2+

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Step 2

(b) From the graph, we can see that f(x) is undefined for x = -1.

      And, f(x) > 0 when x =(-∞,-1) U (0,∞)

 

Step 3

(c) From the graph, we can see that g(x) is undefined for x=-1.

    &n...

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