E EJdive43 Aug 2012 23 0 Missouri City, Texas Aug 9, 2012 #1 I understand that y can't equal -6 because it will make the denominator 0, but why the other numbers?

I understand that y can't equal -6 because it will make the denominator 0, but why the other numbers?

R richard1234 Jun 2012 616 115 AZ Aug 9, 2012 #2 y could equal any of the other numbers...who told you otherwise?

P Plato MHF Helper Aug 2006 22,491 8,653 Aug 9, 2012 #3 EJdive43 said: I understand that y can't equal -6 because it will make the denominator 0, but why the other numbers? Click to expand... You need to post the entire question. The part you quoted makes little sense as is.

EJdive43 said: I understand that y can't equal -6 because it will make the denominator 0, but why the other numbers? Click to expand... You need to post the entire question. The part you quoted makes little sense as is.