Find domain in interval notation:
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x^2-144 should not be 0 cuz its in the denominator
i.e x must not be eqyal to + or - 12
that means domain is (-12, 12)
Okay but what about showing work?
Actually that means the domain is everywhere (all reals) except -12 or 12
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Great, but can anyone show work please?!
The work is mostly shown, what's left is an exercise for you. Generally, the only suspicious point, as they call it is the denominator. so you said the denominator x^2-144=0 Solve for x, it is the difference of two squares.