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anonymous
 5 years ago
What are the excluded values?
2
_________
x(x3)
a) x = 0 and 3
b) x = 0 and 2
c) x = 3 and 3
c) none of the above
anonymous
 5 years ago
What are the excluded values? 2 _________ x(x3) a) x = 0 and 3 b) x = 0 and 2 c) x = 3 and 3 c) none of the above

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amistre64
 5 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0What values of "x" make the bottom = 0? We need to throw out those values because it is against the law to divide by 0.... I think the penalty is a small fine :) When we multiply 2 number together, they equal (0) when either of the numbers is (0) 2(0) = 0; 5(0) = 0; 129(0)=0 So, x(x3) cannot be x(0) OR 0(x3) x cannot be 0 and x cannot be 3 Both of these values produce a (0), and any number times (0) equals (0)
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