If f(x)=(x+1)^−1 and g(x)=x−2, what is the domain of f(x)÷g(x)?
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all values of x
(−∞,−1),(−1,2), and (2,∞)
(−∞,2) and (2,∞)
(−∞,−1] and [2,∞)
first off, can you write the function f(x) ÷ g(x)?
do the division to right that as a single fraction.
i have no clue how to do any this
do you know how to divide fractions? because that's what this is...
you need to flip the (x-2) part to it's reciprocal and change the division sign to multiplication, then just multiply across like these examples. |dw:1436549101824:dw|
ok what? I'm waiting on a response from you.
i dont know how to do it. or what to do
I'm not really sure what more I can do here if you're not going to try. I put an example up there that's pretty much your problem with different numbers. You have to at least make an attempt for me to evaluate
omg, then dont comment. if i knew how to do it i would
what don't you know how to do? You're not giving me anything to work with at all