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    the first one just means subtract use parentheses \[5x+4-(2x+5)\]

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    you get a polynomial, in fact you get a line the domain of any polynomial is all real numbers

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    the second one just means divide \[\frac{5x+4}{2x+5}\]

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    to find the domain, set \(2x+5=0\) and solve for \(x\) then say "all real numbers except your answer"

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    IS THE FIRST ONE 3X-1?

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    1/3

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    and the second one is -4/5

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    yes, the first one is \(3x-1\)

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    and domain is x not equal to -5/2

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    that is for the domain of \(\frac{f(x)}{g(x)}\) yes domain for \(a\) is all real numbers

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    yes

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    i am not sure what you mean by "second one is -4/5"

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    for b when i divide i get that answer

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    looks like \(b\) has two parts

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    first answer is \(\frac{5x+4}{2x+5}\)

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    that is the entire answer you cannot simplify this in any way

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    so for both answers i leave them as functions? not fractions

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