The domain of the function is : Write the answer in interval notation gave me (- infinity,0)U(5,infinity) but its not the right answer please help
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Originally Posted by wannous The domain of the function is : Write the answer in interval notation gave me (- infinity,0)U(5,infinity) but its not the right answer please help you forgot to include x = 5 and x = 0
solve for $\displaystyle x(x-5)>0$ $\displaystyle x\in (-\infty,0] \cap [5,\infty)$ What is the difference in our responses? Why?
i dont know? what is the difference
Originally Posted by wannous i dont know? what is the difference review the rules for interval notation ... $\displaystyle (-\infty,0]$ is $\displaystyle x \le 0$ $\displaystyle (-\infty,0)$ is $\displaystyle x < 0$
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