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Step 1

It is known that the domain is the set of all values of *x* for which the function *f*(*x*) is defined.

Now, Consider the given function:

Step 2

Clearly, the function will be undefined, when denominator will be zero, so for *f*(*x*) to be defined:

Step 3

Therefore, the domain of given function...

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