Date: Thu, 1 Apr 1999 06:01:58 -0600 (CST) Subject: Finding Excluded Values Name: Lorraine
Who is asking: Student
Question:
a How do I work this out? Hi Lorraine, I like your use of the word operation because that is the way I think of a/(a-2). a/(a-2) is the number that results from the operation of dividing the number a by the number a-2. The difficulty here is that the operation of division doesn't work if you attempt to divide by zero. Thus the values of a that you have to exclude are any values that make the denominater zero. That is values of a that make a - 2 = 0. There is only one such a and that is a = 2.
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