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ariushomer
 2 years ago
domain 1/((x^26x)^(1/4)
ariushomer
 2 years ago
domain 1/((x^26x)^(1/4)

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shahzadjalbani
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1you can find the domain of these p/q form functions by putting denominator equal to zero such as x^26x=0 x(x6)=0 x=0 and x=6 except x=6 and x=0 all other real numbers are in this function's domain
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