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The function f is given by f (x) = sqrt 1n (x - 2). Find the domain of the function

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  1. sarena
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    domain of f=\[{x:x \in R , x >2}\]

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    no that's what i thought too, but i have the actual answer and reason though but i dont get it ln (x – 2) >= 0 since we need to find its square root x – 2 >= 1 x >= 3

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    i don't thing that u shaould be \[x-2\neq 0\]

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    becaous undefind ln(0)

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    yeah exactly, i guess i'll ask my teacher. anyway thanks

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    u welcome

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