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So I know I start by multiplying (x^2+3x-4)(x+4)... I get x^3+7x^2+8x-16 what now?

Wait so what is f/g?

the domain of f/g is any real number but -4

f/g=(x^2 + 3x – 4)/(x+4)

wait, what would be the steps to find that the domain of f/g is all but -4?

is it like x+4>=0 then subtract 4 from both sides so you have x>=-4?

thanks!

Oh yeah, I knew that xD thanks! so it's x-1?

And i'm done now?

Thanks to both of you!