How do I find the domain of I have a test in a few hours so thanks for any help I can get!
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Can you have negatives inside a radical? What values of x cause the argument of the radical to be zero or greater? This will be your domain.
Hello, lil_cookie! How do I find the domain of: . The radicand must be nonnegative. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Thank you! Here is another one: I get x=1 and x=-11 The q is to find all solutions Is this correct, or did I go wrong?
Originally Posted by lil_cookie Thank you! Here is another one: I get x=1 and x=-11 The q is to find all solutions Is this correct, or did I go wrong? You didn't solve the quadratic correctly - use the quadratic formula to solve. Also log terms must be greater than 0 so the domain is
Yes I was thinking I should have used the quad formula....thank you so much
Originally Posted by lil_cookie Here is another one: What is the argument of the first logarithmic term?
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