MATH SOLVE

5 months ago

Q:
# Explain why there are restrictions on the domain for the function, f(x)= 1/x-7

Accepted Solution

A:

Yes , there is restriction on the domain for the function, f (x) = 1/(x- 7)For explaining it i want to give a example to you.Let us put x = 7, Then we get, f (x) = 1/(7-7) = 1/0It is indeterminant form or not defined form☝So we cannot put x = 7 in this function.And as we know that the values we put is called domain. Therefore, there is restriction on uts domain.#$# HOPE YOU UNDERSTAND #$##$¥ THANK YOU ¥$#❤ ☺ ☺ ☺ ☺ ☺ ☺ ❤