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    Determine the domain of F(x): = Square root{[(x2-2x+5)/(x3-1)]} and carefully show that F is continuous on its domain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tret View Post
    Determine the domain of F(x): = Square root{[(x2-2x+5)/(x3-1)]} and carefully show that F is continuous on its domain.
    What you're square rooting has to be greater than or equal to zero: \frac{x^2-2x+5}{x^3-1} \geq 0. And you require the restriction x^3 - 1 \neq 0.
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