### All Precalculus Resources

## Example Questions

### Example Question #61 : Functions

Find the domain of the function:

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**Correct answer:**

The square cannot house any negative term or can the denominator be zero. So the lower limit is since cannot be , but any value greater than it is ok. And the upper limit is infinity.

### Example Question #62 : Functions

What is the domain for the function?

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The denominator becomes when or , so the function does not exist at these points. In numerator, must be at least or greater to be real. So the function is continuous from to and to any other value greater than .

### Example Question #63 : Functions

What is the domain of the function below?

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The denomiator factors out to:

The denominator becomes zero when . But the function can exist at any other value.

### Example Question #64 : Functions

What is the domain of the function below?

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Cannot have a negative inside the square root. The value of has to be for the inside of the square root to be at least . This is the lower bound of the domain. Any value of greater than exists.

### Example Question #65 : Functions

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The natural log function does not exist if the inside value is negatuve or zero. The points where the inside becomes negative are or . If is greater than , both terms, and , are positive. If is less than , both terms are negative and multiply to become positive. If the value is between and , only one term will be negative and result in a , which does not exist.

### Example Question #1196 : Pre Calculus

What is the domain of the function?

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**Correct answer:**

The value inside a natural log function cannot be negative or . At , the inside is and any value less than cannot be included, because result will be a negative number inside the natural log.

### Example Question #67 : Functions

What is the domain of the function?

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Does not exist anywhere.

**Correct answer:**

Exponentials cannot have negatives on the inside. However, the expoential will convert any value into a positive value.

### Example Question #66 : Functions

What is the domain of the function?

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Looking at the denominator, the function cannot exist at . The natural log function cannot have a or negative inside. Since the value is raised to the power of , any negative value will be convert to a positive value. However, the function will not exist if the inside of the natural is , where . will exist any where else.

### Example Question #67 : Functions

What is the domain of the function?

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**Correct answer:**

The denominator becomes where , and the inside of the natural log also becomes at . The function will not exist at these two points. The value cannot be less than , becuase that will leave a negative value inside in the natural log.

### Example Question #1203 : Pre Calculus

Find the domain of the function.

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**Correct answer:**

Simplify:

Even though the cancels out from the numerator and denominator, there is still a hole where the function discontinues at . The function also does not exist at , where the denominator becomes .