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what number is excluded from the domain of the function y=5/x-3? please help me!

a. 3
b. Not Here
c. -3
d. 5

  • GeOmEtRy!!! -

    I assume you meant

    y = 5/(x-3)
    when x = 3, we are dividing by zero

    so x ≠ 3

  • geometry (not) -

    What does this have to do with geometry?

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