GRAPHS AND FUNCTIONSQuotient of two functions: BasicSuppose that the functions fand g are defined as follows.f(x) 5-4xg (x)4-4xf(-5).(a) Findf(b) Find all values that are NOT in the domain ofgIf there is more than onee value, separate them with commas.(Hn-O(H)-(-5) IO,...(a)?Xf(b) Value(s) that are NOT in the domain ofg:I

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GRAPHS AND FUNCTIONS
Quotient of two functions: Basic
Suppose that the functions fand g are defined as follows.
f(x) 5-4x
g (x)4-4x
f
(-5).
(a) Find
f
(b) Find all values that are NOT in the domain of
g
If there is more than onee value, separate them with commas.
(Hn-O
(H)-
(-5) I
O,...
(a)
?
X
f
(b) Value(s) that are NOT in the domain of
g
:I
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GRAPHS AND FUNCTIONS Quotient of two functions: Basic Suppose that the functions fand g are defined as follows. f(x) 5-4x g (x)4-4x f (-5). (a) Find f (b) Find all values that are NOT in the domain of g If there is more than onee value, separate them with commas. (Hn-O (H)- (-5) I O,... (a) ? X f (b) Value(s) that are NOT in the domain of g :I

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Step 1

The given function are

f(x)5-4x2 and g (x) 4-4x
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f(x)5-4x2 and g (x) 4-4x

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Step 2

(a).

Obtain the value of (f/g) (–5) as follows:

f(x) 5-4x2
g(x)
4 4x
5 4x2
(x)
4 4x
g
5-4(-5)
f
(-5)
g
(x5
4-4(-5)
-95
24
-95
Thus, the value of (g) -5) is
24
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f(x) 5-4x2 g(x) 4 4x 5 4x2 (x) 4 4x g 5-4(-5) f (-5) g (x5 4-4(-5) -95 24 -95 Thus, the value of (g) -5) is 24

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Step 3

(b).

Note that the domain of a function is the set of input or argument values...

5-4x2
|(x)
4 4x
g
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5-4x2 |(x) 4 4x g

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