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JamesTDG:

If f(x) = x^2 – 26 and g(x) = x – 4, what is the domain of (StartFraction f Over g EndFraction) (x)? Show your work! I changed the equation so I can't cheat.

brianagatica14:

The domain would be all real values. ughh to show my work for that ugh well I don't how I am supose to show my work but I hope it helps.

mxddi3:

okay so to write it out, we have (f/g) /x Right? okay and so i mean if we are doing f/g it would look like: \[\frac{ x^2 -26}{ x-4 }\] And to solve this, we would first have to set our denominator equal to 0. this looks like: x-4=0 So then we solve this. Can you tell me the answer to "x-4=0" ? Isolate the variable so the x is on one side by itself.

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