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Specify a hybrid function over the maximal domain of f(x), where f(x) = 2/(sqrt(1x^2))



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\[2 \div \sqrt(1x^2)\]

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I got 2/ sqrt(1x^2) between x E (0,1)

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How do i get the other one?

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I have the solution by the way

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I just don't know how to get it.

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The other solution somehow is 2/ sqrt(1x^2) between x E (1,0)

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I have no idea how though

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@lgbasallote

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what lesson is this?

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Its calculus

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differential?

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Yes, its in the differential chapter

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i do not know this sorry

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Ok, thanks anyway

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@.Sam. do you know this?

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I suppose you start with the fact that 1x^2 must be greater than zero.
Don't really see how the function can take negative values.