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state the restrictions on the variables

x/x-y

would the restrictions be x be 1 and y be zero

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    Restrictions are values of x and y that causes the denominator to = 0.

    x / (x - y),
    Set denominator = 0:
    x - y = o
    solve for x:
    x = y,
    So when x = y , the denominator = 0.

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