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How do I find the excluded value for
m^2-8+16/ 5m^2+ m

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    the expression is undefined when the denominator is zero, because division by zero is undefined.

    5m^2+m = m(5m+1), so it is zero for m = 0 or -1/5

    even ignoring the typo in the numerator.

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