I don't know how to start this problem...because I don't understand the given sets... Given: f = { } g = { } a) State the domain of and b) State a defining equation of and c) Why are the domains of and different?
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Originally Posted by Macleef I don't know how to start this problem...because I don't understand the given sets... Given: f = { } g = { } a) State the domain of and The domain of is the intersection of the domain of and which is still The domain of is the intersection of the domain of and and thus it is b) State a defining equation of and
Originally Posted by ThePerfectHacker The domain of is the intersection of the domain of and which is still The domain of is the intersection of the domain of and and thus it is For a, do you mean the domain is { } for f g? and for , the domain is what?
Last edited by Macleef; January 7th 2008 at 06:15 PM.
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