Q.1>explain what is real function? Q.2>what does it means: f: -> R ? Q.3>in f(x)/g(x) why g(x) not equal to 0?
Asked by mohammad ishaque | 1st Dec, 2010, 12:00: AM
Please raise only one question in a query
(i) A real function is one whose domain and range are either set of Real numbers or any of its subsets.
(ii) f: -> R
this statement is incomplete it must be f:R--->R which means f is a function from set of real numbers R to R
(iii) f(x)/g(x) g(x) not equal to 0 because division by zero i snot defined
Answered by | 1st Dec, 2010, 09:34: AM
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