Given any two functions f and g, which of the following statements is always true?

A) If x is in the domain of f + g, then x must be in the domain of f and x must be in the domain.

B) If x is in the domain of f, then x must be in the domain of f-g.

C) If x(subscript)1 is in the domain of f and x(subscript)2 is in the domain of g, then the product x(subscript)1 x(subscript)2, must be in the domain of fg.

D) If x is not in the domain of f/g, then x is not in the domain of g.

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  • 9 years ago
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    A would be, assuming it said "in the domain of g." at the end and you left it out.

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