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    finding domain of logarithmic functions

    f(x)= log((x+4)/(x-2))

    I forgot how to get the domain of log function is it the same as other fractions? meaning x > 2?
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    Re: finding domain of logarithmic functions

    Quote Originally Posted by blondedude092 View Post
    f(x)= log((x+4)/(x-2))

    I forgot how to get the domain of log function is it the same as other fractions? meaning x > 2?
    1. Remember that fractions can never have a zero denominator.

    2. Remember that logarithms are only defined for positive values.
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