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    Domain of (26x-42)/(x^2 -2x - 63) ?

    What is the domain of:

    (26x-42)/(x^2 -2x - 63)

    and how do I find it?

    (My graphing software shows me something that I would have never thought of)

    Any help would be greatly appreciated!
    Thanks in advance!
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    Hi s3a.

    Quote Originally Posted by s3a View Post
    What is the domain of:

    (26x-42)/(x^2 -2x - 63)

    and how do I find it?

    (My graphing software shows me something that I would have never thought of)

    Any help would be greatly appreciated!
    Thanks in advance!
    You need to find the zeros of the denominator
    (x^2 -2x - 63) = 0

    in this case the zeros are x_1 = 9 and x_2 = -7. You know how to solve (x^2 -2x - 63) = 0, right?

    Therefore the denominator is D = \mathbb{R} \backslash \{-7,9 \}


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    Quote Originally Posted by s3a View Post
    What is the domain of:

    (26x-42)/(x^2 -2x - 63)

    and how do I find it?

    (My graphing software shows me something that I would have never thought of)

    Any help would be greatly appreciated!
    Thanks in advance!
    Hell0:
    thie function is difinid x^2 - 2x - 63 \ne 0<br />
    Solve : x^2 - 2x - 63 = 0<br /> <br />
    \left\{ \begin{array}{l}<br />
a = 1,b = - 2,c = - 63 \\ <br />
\Delta = b^2 - 4ac \\ <br />
\end{array} \right.<br />


    \Delta = 256
    \begin{array}{l}<br />
x_1 = \frac{{ - b + \sqrt \Delta }}{{2a}} \\ <br />
x_2 = \frac{{ - b - \sqrt \Delta }}{{2a}} \\ <br />
\end{array}<br />
    \left\{ \begin{array}{l}<br />
x_1 = 9 \\ <br />
x_2 = - 7 \\ <br />
\end{array} \right.<br />

    D = \left] { - \infty , - 7} \right] \cup \left] { - 7,9} \right] \cup \left] {9, + \infty } \right]
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