Pre Calculus

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How do I find the domain in this problem? Is it that the denominator cannot equal zero still?


x^2-x/(x^2-x)+2

  • Pre Calculus -

    correct, just figure out which x makes the bottom zero.
    I see two values.

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    would it be 0 and 1

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    correct

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    thank u

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