Algebra
The function g is defined below.
g(x)=((x)^(2)9x+14)/((x)^211x+24)
Find all values of x that are NOT in the domain of g.
If there is more than one value, separate them with commas.
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Rachal

we cannot divide by zero, so the denominator cannot be zero
when is x^2  11x + 24 = 0 ?
(x3)(x8) = 0
x =3 or x = 8
so x cannot be 3 or 8posted by Reiny

Thanks!
posted by Rachal
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