anonymous
  • anonymous
can u solve this problem: f(x)=7/2x-12
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anonymous
  • anonymous
what is it to be solved? f(x)=7/2x-12 is just a function, nothing can be solved from it can you post the complete question?
anonymous
  • anonymous
it says to find the domain of the functions f(x) = 7/2x-12 D: { }

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anonymous
  • anonymous
thank you trying to help me...
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take a look
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anonymous
  • anonymous
in order for the function to have range,the denominator can't be 0. so 2x-12 can't be equal to 0 \[2x-12\neq0 ->2x \neq12 ->x \neq6\] so the domain is \[x \neq0,x \in R\]
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i attacted one of my papers so u can see it...i need help with a couple of problems if its ok with u

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