To find: The domain and range of the function.
The domain of the function f (x) is .
The range of the function f (x) is .
The function .
The domain is the set of all input values of the function for which the function is real and defined.
Consider the denominator of the function and equate to zero and obtain the undefined point.
Hence, the function is undefined when .
Therefore, the domain of the function is, .
And, the interval notation of the domain of is .
The range is the set of all output values of the function.
Observe that the function can have any values as output other than 0.
Thus, the range of the function is .
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