**Category:**HS Functions**Uploaded by georgefoeaman on:**2013-02-19 18:34:38

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Cabrillo HS student, Klien, shows how to find the domain of the
function. Questions this video answers How do I find the domain of
a function? Do I set the numerator or denominator equal to zero?
What...

Cabrillo HS student, Klien, shows how to find the domain of the

function. Questions this video answers How do I find the domain of

a function? Do I set the numerator or denominator equal to zero?

What does my answer mean? How do I interpret the solution?

function. Questions this video answers How do I find the domain of

a function? Do I set the numerator or denominator equal to zero?

What does my answer mean? How do I interpret the solution?

Comments (1 of 1)

KaitlynRyan

Posted: 23-03-13

Klien did a good job explaining how to find the domain of a function. I like the complexity of the problem he chose. I like that he explained why we set the denominator equal to zero although there is a little more to it that would be helpful to explain. It would also be helpful to explain why x can be any real numbers besides 2 and -9.