Question

# Find the Quotient and the domain .

Hint:

### The expansions of certain identities are:

Finding the quotient is same as division. Dividing a number and multiplying it with a reciprocal of the number have the same effect.

We are asked to find the quotient and the domain of the expression.

## The correct answer is: Thus, the domain is, (-∞,5)∪(5,∞)

### Step 1 of 3:

The given expression is .

Take the reciprocal of the second expression and then multiply it with the first one. This has the same effect as the given expression.

Thus, we have:

Step 2 of 3:

Simplify the expression and cancel out the common factors;

Thus, the quotient is,

Step 3 of 3:

The domain of a rational expression should exclude the values for which the denominator attains a zero values. So, when

Thus, the domain is, (-∞,5)∪(5,∞)

We have to state the domain of a rational expression while simplifying them because we must exclude zeros of a denominator as dividing with zero is not defined.

### Related Questions to study

### A Basketball coach is considering three players for most valuable player . The table shows the proportion of shots each player made of the shots they attempted.

a) For a technical foul , the team can pick any player they want to shoot the free throw. Which player should the team pick ?

b) Which player is most successful with their field goal shots? Explain.

c) Rank the players by the percentage of the 3- point shots each made .

d) If all the players attempted the same number of shots , which player would you choose as the most valuable player? Justify your answer.

In this question, it can be explained further:

A. Kimberly: 0.857 > 4/5 > 71%

Here, Kimberly's free throws have the highest proportion.

B. Martin: 49.5% > 9/20 > 0.448

Here, Martin's proportion of field goals is the highest.

C. Corey: 0.338 > 1/3 > 32%**Kimberly > Corey > Martin**

From the above explanation, we can conclude Kimberly is first, Corey is second, and Martin is third.

I'd go with Kimberly because he has a higher percentage on all shots than the other two players.

### A Basketball coach is considering three players for most valuable player . The table shows the proportion of shots each player made of the shots they attempted.

a) For a technical foul , the team can pick any player they want to shoot the free throw. Which player should the team pick ?

b) Which player is most successful with their field goal shots? Explain.

c) Rank the players by the percentage of the 3- point shots each made .

d) If all the players attempted the same number of shots , which player would you choose as the most valuable player? Justify your answer.

In this question, it can be explained further:

A. Kimberly: 0.857 > 4/5 > 71%

Here, Kimberly's free throws have the highest proportion.

B. Martin: 49.5% > 9/20 > 0.448

Here, Martin's proportion of field goals is the highest.

C. Corey: 0.338 > 1/3 > 32%**Kimberly > Corey > Martin**

From the above explanation, we can conclude Kimberly is first, Corey is second, and Martin is third.

I'd go with Kimberly because he has a higher percentage on all shots than the other two players.

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