Posted by **Stockton** on Wednesday, August 14, 2013 at 12:30am.

Suppose that f has a domain of A and g has a domain of B.

(a). What is the domain of f + g?

(b). What is the domain of fg?

(c). What is the domain of f/g?

Is there a mathematical rule or theorem for this type of question?

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