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posted by KiKi .
Finding the domain of
G(X)=4/43X
Unsure where to begin here

g(x) is like a y. What x values could one or could one not insert to get a y value out? Domain is like x and range is like y. x could not be 4/3 because 4/3 times 3/1 equals 4 and 44=0 and one can not definitively divide anything by zero.
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