Posted by **Mary** on Thursday, September 16, 2010 at 9:00am.

The problem is to find the domain of 2x+7 / x^3-5x^2-9x+18. I know that x^3-5x^2-9x+18 cannot = 0. What I can't remember is how to solve x^3-5x^2-9x+18 ≠ 0. Thanks!

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