if the domain of f(x) is (-1,1) then what is the domain of f((x+1)/(x-1))? i don't even know how to start this problem. all i know is that x cannot be equal to 1.
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Originally Posted by oblixps if the domain of f(x) is (-1,1) then what is the domain of f((x+1)/(x-1))? i don't even know how to start this problem. all i know is that x cannot be equal to 1. The required domain will be the range of the function over the interval . The best way of finding a range is to draw a graph.
What is this? A rational function? 'Cause the way I find is that you take the bottom part and whatever turns out to be zero is what makes the domain... Did you need to rewrite it in a different notation?
Originally Posted by A Beautiful Mind What is this? A rational function? 'Cause the way I find is that you take the bottom part and whatever turns out to be zero is what makes the domain... Did you need to rewrite it in a different notation? Read the question carefully. Your reply to it is irrelevant.
Originally Posted by oblixps if the domain of f(x) is (-1,1) then what is the domain of f((x+1)/(x-1))? i don't even know how to start this problem. all i know is that x cannot be equal to 1. The domain of: will be the set of all real numbers such that: CB
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