This algebra video tutorial explains how to find the domain of a function that contains radicals, fractions, and square roots in the denominator using interval …

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This algebra video tutorial explains how to find the domain of a function that contains radicals, fractions, and square roots in the denominator using interval …

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This guy sounds like Davie504, am i right???

I can see all the comments referring to college and Universities , I am studying this in class 11 maths WTF !!!

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1:15 "how can we find the range- not the range but the domain"

my teacher is so bad. this was what he trying to teach me, man he made it sound complicated. Who else has that type of teachers

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14:20 why did he change it to "not equal to zero". shouldn't it stay "greater than zero"? for example "x greater than 4 or negative for". im genuinely confused, someone please explain

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Can you please explain how to find the domain of a function with logarithms?

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Bro I'm a kid and im learning pre calculus what am I even doing and I even know how to do domain and range bro.

Edit:I'm 9.

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How do we know when to use the sign convention?

Very good, great for slow math people like me

At 5:10, why didn’t you break up x^2 + 4 into (x + 2)(x – 2)?

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