I'm working with: and I need to figure out the domain of this function. I know that natural logs cannot be zero or negative numbers but is there a trick to simplying this to seeing the domain easily? Thanks.
I'm working with: and I need to figure out the domain of this function. I know that natural logs cannot be zero or negative numbers but is there a trick to simplying this to seeing the domain easily? Thanks.
note that both and
since , the intersection of these two restrictions is ... the domain.