Algebra
posted by brooke .
How would you solve this problem: Slove y=1/41 if the domain is(4,2,0,2,4) Could someone please explain to me how to do this? Thank You in advance for your help!

Should there be an x in that equation?
If so, be careful about parentheses
y = (1/4) x  1
y = 1/(4x) 1
y = 1/(4x1)
which
If the last, x = 1/4 is not in the domain
If the second, x = 0 is not in the domain
otherwise just put those 5 discrete values in for x and the five values of y are your results.
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