Mar 20, 2018 Thread starter Banned #1 R RTCNTC Banned Jan 31, 2017 1,358 Find the domain. Can someone get me started?

Mar 20, 2018 Admin #2 M MarkFL Administrator Staff member Feb 24, 2012 13,734 No factor in the denominator can be zero, and nothing under a square root radical can be negative...so this leads to: \(\displaystyle t-1\ne0\) \(\displaystyle 0<t\) What do you get when you superimpose the two restrictions?

No factor in the denominator can be zero, and nothing under a square root radical can be negative...so this leads to: \(\displaystyle t-1\ne0\) \(\displaystyle 0<t\) What do you get when you superimpose the two restrictions?

Sep 19, 2018 Admin #3 M MarkFL Administrator Staff member Feb 24, 2012 13,734 To follow up, we get: \(\displaystyle (0,1)\,\cup\,(1,\infty)\)