How do you find the domain of a fuction such as f(x)=(x+sin x)/cos x?

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- Sep 13th 2008, 01:59 PMKiloDomain of a function?
How do you find the domain of a fuction such as f(x)=(x+sin x)/cos x?

- Sep 13th 2008, 03:21 PMo_O
Hint: For what values of will cause the denominator be equal to 0? Remember, you can't divide by 0.

- Sep 13th 2008, 03:29 PMShyam
- Sep 13th 2008, 03:36 PMo_O
- Sep 13th 2008, 04:17 PMKilo
- Sep 14th 2008, 02:53 AMMoo
- Sep 14th 2008, 09:09 AMShyam
- Sep 14th 2008, 09:18 AMShyam
- Sep 14th 2008, 02:48 PMKilo
(Bow)Thanks everyone! It's starting to make sense to me now! (Nod)

- Sep 15th 2008, 08:11 AMlog(xy)
i know this thread is kinda done with, but cant the domain really just be any real number? in algebra we know that the domain of a function can be any real number, so long as it has only one range, but thats besides the point of the fact that shouldnt the answer be any real number?