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alexeis_nicole
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given f(x) = √((x1)(x3))
what is the domain of f ?
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alexeis_nicole Group Title
given f(x) = √((x1)(x3)) what is the domain of f ?
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marcoduuuh Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
xintercept: (1,0),(3,0) yintercept (0,√3)
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\[\sqrt{(x  1)(x  3)}\] determine when this function is negative. the function is negative whenever (x 1)(x  3) is negative this occurs whenever (x  1) and (x  3) have opposite signs
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dw:1359001525455:dw
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binarymimic Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
so the only restriction on the domain is the interval (1, 3) where the two factors have opposite signs.
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thank you!
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