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I've done this stuff before but cant remember this bit.

hi. i think i can help. consider the intersection of the two domains

what is the intersection of the two domains?

well they dont intersect - which makes me think that the domain is that of g (6, INF)

the domain is the null set. and thus, it has not range either

it has no* range either

does that make sense to you?

sure, the product, quotient and sums of two functions need to have intersecting domains

otherwise the function is not defined. I hope that helps. Take care.

ty

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