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Chapter 12.1, Problem 7E

Textbook Problem

Finding the DomainIn Exercises 3–10, find the domain of the vector-valued function.

Expert Solution

To determine

**To calculate:** The domain of the vector valued function,

**Given:**

The vector valued functions are:

**Formula used:**

The sum of the vector

**Calculation:**

Consider the function,

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