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For what value (s) of P could the expression 100 divided by P squared minus 16 NOT be evaluated? Explain how you arrived at your answer?

100/(P^2  16)
It cannot be evaluated when the denominator is zero
so when is P^2  16 = 0
P^2 = 16
P = ±√16 = ± 4
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