Of course,
Find f(x) / g(x)
F(x) = 2 / x
G(x) = 4 / (x + 4)
(2/x) / (4/x+4)
I kind of forgot how to tackle these kinds of problems
Oops nevermind I figured it out. Reciprocal and multiply through. Ok more important question, the result of the problem will be (x + 8) / (2x) . According the back of the book, the domain is x cannot equal 0 and -4. The thing is, clearly -4 can be used in the domain seeing as it will result in -8 in the denominator which is ok. Can someone clear this up?
Thanks!!! I just checked with a friend's answer and he got the same one you did. Book was wrong . Think you could tell me about why the domain for (x+4) / (2x) is X cannot = 0 and -4? If you plug in -4 to the equation, you don't get an undefined in the denominator so i'm a bit confused as to why -4. Thanks