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anonymous
 5 years ago
what it the domain of the following functions?
1. (x^29)/ln(x+1)
2. Sqrt(log(x+1))
anonymous
 5 years ago
what it the domain of the following functions? 1. (x^29)/ln(x+1) 2. Sqrt(log(x+1))

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anonymous
 5 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0not quite. the domain of log is \[(0,\infty)\] so for part 1 that restriction still applies. i.e. \[x+1>0\] so \[x>1\] also you cannot divide by 0 so you also have to make sure that \[ln(x+1)\neq 0\] \[x+1\neq 1\] \[x\neq 0\] therefore domain of first one is \[(1,\infty), x\neq 0\]
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