# Algebra

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Can someone please tell me what the domain of the following equation is? Please explain how you got that answer.

g(x)=5^x

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so domain is the limits

the graph of 5^x never crosses x axis (y= 0) to the left, and infinity to the right
so the domain is (0, infinity)

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