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Find the domain of the function.
f(x)=(sqrt x+6)/(-2x-5)

Write your answer as an interval or union of intervals.

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    (-6,-5/2)and(-5/2,infinity)

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    the simplest way to describe the domain:

    x ? -6 , x ? -5/2

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    I'm lost

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