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Ok...the only reason I am asking this is because I had to copy the problems from a friend's book because my book should show up sometime next week. Otherwise, I would look through the book to find my answer. Here is the problem:
Find the domain of the function:
5x + 4 / x(squared) + 3x + 2
I don't want anyone to do the problem for me. I just need a little guidance. The domain is basically the x axis. So...is the domain the result of the numerator combined with the result of the denominator? As in...this is a Piece Wise?
P.S. Sorry if that is not coming out right...I don't know how to make the x to the second power show up properly with BBCode. The 5x + 4 is the numerator, rest is the denominator in case it didn't come out right.