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  • 5 years ago

What is the domain of the composite function G(F(x))?

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    G(F(x)) has a square root sign that restricts the domain. can't take the square root of negative numbers.

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    2

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    A. x < 0 B. x 2 C. x 0 D. x > 0 E. x < 2 F. All real numbers

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    Domain means the values that we can plug in for x. It's a range of numbers. Which one do you think it is?

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    e.

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    x<2 means i plug in negative numbers under the square root. Can't do that

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    no

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    x<2 essentially says that any x that is less than 2 can be plugged in for x. This includes negatives too and we can't do that.

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    idk , Whts thee answer .

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    Because we have a square root, we can't have any negative numbers for x. We also can't have 0 because the square root of 0 is 0 and we cant divide by 0. So no negatives and no 0. So x has to be greater than 0

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    so it wouldnt be e.

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    than it has to be b. because tha siqns dont show upp when i Draged it .

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    x>0, yeah

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    so thts tha answer .

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    D. x>0

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    are YU sure *

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    We have a square root so x can't be negative and x can't be zero since we'd be dividing by 0.

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