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f(x)=4x+1 and g(x)=x^2-5, find (f/g)(x). Would it just be 4x+1/x^2-5?

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  1. jasonlee_1 Group Title
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    yes (4x+1)/(x^2-5) do you want me to calculate

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  2. mrvontar Group Title
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    No, I just wanted to double check. Thanks :)

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    kk!! :)

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  4. mrvontar Group Title
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    damn it, I got it wrong lol :D

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    wat??? lol!!

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  6. mrvontar Group Title
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    apparently it was that answer with ,x doesn't equal =/- square root 5...

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  7. mrvontar Group Title
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    4x+1/x^2-5, x doesn't equal +/- square root 5 but I don't know how the square root 5 came into play?

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    What happens when you plug in \(\pm \sqrt{5}\) for x?

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  9. mrvontar Group Title
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    oh, wow....DAMN IT. That is disappointing that it was that easy, here I thought I was missing something important. Haha, thanks a lot...

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    no problem =)

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