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nlpowell Group Title

given g(x) = 3/(x-2) Why is the range (-infinity, 0) union (0, positive infinity)? I get the answer, but not the concept?

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    Range is basically asking for where does the function exist for the y values.

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    This function will never have y being 0 since the top is always 3. Fractions are only equal to 0 when the numerator is 0.

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    Oooooooh! I didn't think of that. THANK YOU!

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    NP :)

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