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What is the excluded value of the rational expression

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These are the answer choices: –3 –2 0 2
Excluded value is x = 2

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Dividing by 0 is indeterminate form or meaningless. Hence 4x-8 can not be 0, or x cant be 2.
Let a/0=c. Hence c.0=a We can not assign a definite value to c for which c.0=a. Hence, dividing by 0 in meaningless.
@SMISHRA The excluded value is what makes the denominator zero: 4x - 8 = 0 4x = 8 x = 8/4 x = 2
@Math4Life , U R absolutely correct.

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