f(x) = ln (x^2 - 1) What is the largest domain possible for the function? Which values of x makes f(x) >(or equal to) 0, and which values makes f(x) <(or equal to) 0? Thanks!
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Originally Posted by gralla55 f(x) = ln (x^2 - 1) What is the largest domain possible for the function? Which values of x makes f(x) >(or equal to) 0, and which values makes f(x) <(or equal to) 0? Thanks! 1) The function is defined only for in your case it must be . Solve this. 2) , so in your case... Tonio
Originally Posted by gralla55 f(x) = ln (x^2 - 1) What is the largest domain possible for the function? Which values of x makes f(x) >(or equal to) 0, and which values makes f(x) <(or equal to) 0? Thanks! is not defined (on the real numbers) for , so the domain is all the points such that . is non-positive for , so when .
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