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October 30th, 2013, 07:13 PM   #1
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State the domain

Can someone check my work?

Consider the function

a) State the domain.

My solution:



domain is : x >= -1

b) Find the intercepts.

0, so y = 0.

then;

.

so x intercept = 0 and y intercept = 0.

c)Find the hroizontal and vertical asymptotes if they exist.
How do I do this?

d) Determine intervals on which function is increasing/decreasing
Ok so I take derivative
and get



so now this simplifies to?
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October 30th, 2013, 08:39 PM   #2
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Re: State the domain

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Originally Posted by Shamieh
Can someone check my work?

Consider the function

a) State the domain.

My solution:



domain is : x >= -1
Actually, the denominator cannot be zero, so it is a strict inequality.
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