I'm taking freshman calculus at my university, and we're currently reviewing math concepts. I am practically done with my latest online assignment, with the exception of a particular domain the webpage keeps telling me is incorrect, even though I feel very confident with my answer (and the graphing calculator provides further evidence).
Here is the culprit:
Function on top, domain at bottom.
I would really appreciate any help with this predicament!
I am very sure I inputted the answer effectively, after having inputted plenty of interval notations into the website.
There is no particular restriction I know of, the question merely asks to find the function of (f/g)(x) and its domain, where f(x)=√(4x+3) and g(x)=(x-6)/x
good
of course, "composition" was the wrong word for me to use, since that refers to something specific. what i said is true for compositions as well, but it is true for other kinds of "combinations" like (f + g), (f - g), (f/g) etc, if there is a problem with a point in any one function, there will be a problem in the combination of that function with something else