Find the domain of the following function h(x,y) = sqrt(x-9y+5)?

  1. 👍
  2. 👎
  3. 👁
  1. Since sqrt(x) requires x≥0, therefore the domain of the function is such that:
    dom h(x,y) = {x,y ∈ℝ | 9y≤x+5}

    1. 👍
    2. 👎

Respond to this Question

First Name

Your Response

Similar Questions

  1. Algebra

    A square root function has a domain of x greater than or equal to -4 and range of y grreater than or equal to 2. Which of the equations below match this description? A. y= sqrt x-4 +2 B. y= sqrt x+4 +2 C. y= sqrt x-2 -4 D. y= sqrt

  2. Math

    Find the domain of the function. Write your answer in interval notation. (If you need to enter ∞ or -∞, type INFINITY or -INFINITY.) h(u,v) = sqrt(4-u^2-v^2) u^2+v^2 = ?

  3. calcius

    Determine whether the relation represents a function. If it is a function, state the domain and range. {(-2, 1), (-1, -2), (0, -3), (1, -2), (3, 6)} a. function domain: {-2, -1, 0, 1, 3} range: {1, -2, -3, 6} b. function domain:

  4. Math

    The function f(x)=(x-5)^2+2 is not one-to-one. Identify a restricted domain that makes the function one-to-one, and find the inverse function. a. restricted domain: x>or=5; f^-1(x)=5-sqrt(x-2) b. restricted domain: x>or=5;

  1. math

    Find the rules for (f∘g)(x) and (g∘f)(x) and give the domain of each composite function. f(x) = x^2 g(x) = √(1-x) The Domain of (f∘g)(x) is : (f∘g)(x) = The Domain of (g∘f)(x) is : (g∘f)(x) =

  2. CALCULUS. Check my answers, please! :)

    The domain of f(x)=(1)/(sqrt(x^2-6x-7)) is (1, 7) [-1, 7] x > -1 or x < 7 ***{x < -1}U{x > 7} (-∞, -1]U[7, ∞) 2. In which of the following is y a function of x? I. y^2=9-x^2 II. |y|=x III. y=(sqrt(x^2))^3 I only II only III

  3. Algebra

    What is the domain of the function f(x)=sqrt(x^4-16)? In interval notation. Please show me how to work this problem out. I cannot find any examples in my book. Thanks!

  4. algebra

    am I right? 1. Simplify radical expression sqrt 50 5 sqrt ^2*** 2 sqrt ^5 5 sqrt ^10 5 2. Simplify the radical expression sqrt 56x^2 28x 2x sqrt 14*** 2x sqrt 7 sqrt 14x2 3. Simplify the radical expression. sqrt 490y^5w^6 2 sqrt

  1. math111(3)

    The function f(x)=(x+6)^2 is not one-to-one. Choose the largest possible domain containing the number 0 so that f(x) restricted to this domain is one-to-one. The largest possible domain is [-6,infinity) If the restriction function

  2. math-Inverse functions

    f(x)=-4x-2 & g(x)=5x-6. Find (f*g) and state domain. f(x)-x^2-1 what is the equation for f^-1(x)? f(x)=3x+2, find f(f^-1(14)). f(x)=4x+7 and g(x)=3x-5 find (f*g)(-4) f(x)=sqrt x+3 what is equation for f^-1(x)? Graph y=sqrt x-2 +5

  3. Algebra

    Some functions that aren't invertible can be made invertible by restricting their domains. For example, the function x^2 is invertible if we restrict x to the interval [0,inf), or to any subset of that interval. In that case, the

  4. calculus

    Find the derivative of the function using the definition of derivative. g(t)= 9/sqrt(t) g'(t)= state the domain of the function and the domain of the derivative (use interval notation)

You can view more similar questions or ask a new question.