Math TOPIC(and apparently problem) question...
Right, so my question is how do you get the domain of a function?
I know this differs from the traditional one problem, but I think that giving me help on a whole topic will be better, so I can solve it on my own. Thank you in advance to anyone who helps
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The part I am having trouble understanding is how would you do it to a polynomial fraction function...
Like how would you find the domains such things?
How would you solve for the domain
Just help me through the steps plsssssssssss
Assuming your function is of the form y=f(x)
then the domain is just the set of all possible x values.
With a normal polynomial that is all real x
I am not sure what you mean by a poynomial fraction function.
I suppose if there is an x on the bottom of a fraction then there will be restrictions because it is not possible to divide bt 0.
that was actually my hw question and I don't know how to solve it... Can you help?
Well the bdenominator cannot be 0 so x cannot be 4. x can be anything else.
So the domain is \(x \in Real \;\;\;where \;\;x\ne4\)
This can be written in a number of formats but they all mean the same.
The actual fuction is f(x)=x+4 where x not equal 4
It is a straight line with a hole at (4,8)