MATH SOLVE

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Q:
# what is the solution for this problem?

Accepted Solution

A:

Answer: The vertical asymptoms are " x = 3" and " x = -3 " .

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The answer is: " x = ± 3 " .

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Explanation:

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The "denominator" cannot equal "0" ; since one cannot "divide by "0" ;

So; set the "denominator" equal to "0" ;

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→ " x² − 9 = 0 " ; Solve for all values of "x" ;

Add "9" to each side of the equation:

→ x² − 9 + 9 = 0 + 9 ;

to get:

→ x² = 9 ;

Take the square root of each side of the equation;

to isolate "x" on one side of the equation; & to solve for "x" ;

→ √(x²) = √9 ;

→ |x| = 3 ;

→ x = ± 3 .

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Answer: The vertical asymptoms are " x = 3" and " x = -3 " .

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The answer is: " x = ± 3 " .

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__________________________________________________

The answer is: " x = ± 3 " .

__________________________________________________

Explanation:

________________________________________________________

The "denominator" cannot equal "0" ; since one cannot "divide by "0" ;

So; set the "denominator" equal to "0" ;

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→ " x² − 9 = 0 " ; Solve for all values of "x" ;

Add "9" to each side of the equation:

→ x² − 9 + 9 = 0 + 9 ;

to get:

→ x² = 9 ;

Take the square root of each side of the equation;

to isolate "x" on one side of the equation; & to solve for "x" ;

→ √(x²) = √9 ;

→ |x| = 3 ;

→ x = ± 3 .

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Answer: The vertical asymptoms are " x = 3" and " x = -3 " .

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The answer is: " x = ± 3 " .

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