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Running Head: Domains of Rational Expressions Domain is the set of all possible values of the variables. A denominator cannot be zero since division by zero is undefined. I am assigned number 14. ………………………………………………………………………………………………… …… The first rational expression is; 64 k 2 9 2 The domain for this rational expressions is the set of all real numbers since the denominator is a term that is constant. The domain of this rational expression in set notation is { x x R } This expression has no excluded values in its domain because its denominator is not equal to zero. …………………………………………………………………………………………………
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• Summer '17
• momanyi
• Statistics, Expression, Elementary arithmetic

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