# Math

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what is the domain for f(x)

f(x)= x/(x+2)

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the big "no-no" in math is division by zero.
so the domain would be all values of x except the number which would make the denominator zero.

So tell me what you would state as the domain.

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Well, x cannot be -2, can it?

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so x can be everything except -2 because -2+2=0

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correct.

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