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find the domain of f(x)=√[(1+| x |)/(2-|x|)]

Linear Algebra
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the value within the square root cannot be negative thus the value must be greater than zero denominators cannot be zero
then what is exact domain.....
you need to figure that out yourself

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start by looking at the square root and determine if any x value range exists that would make the statement false
if an x range exists, then that range is not part of the domain then looking at the denominator set the denominator equal to zero solve for x those x values are not part of the domain as well because the denominator cannot be equal to zero

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