What's the domain of G(t) = ln(t^4-1)?

How did you get the answer, the answer in the book says that it's (-infinity, -1) union (1, infinity) but I don't really understand why.

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- Sep 22nd 2008, 04:22 PMdm10Domain Problem
What's the domain of G(t) = ln(t^4-1)?

How did you get the answer, the answer in the book says that it's (-infinity, -1) union (1, infinity) but I don't really understand why. - Sep 22nd 2008, 04:35 PMPlato
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- Sep 22nd 2008, 04:38 PMdm10
- Sep 22nd 2008, 05:55 PMPlato
- Sep 22nd 2008, 06:39 PMKrizalid
this last 'cause logarithm is defined for numbers greater than zero. Hence, it remains to solve which gives the expected answer.