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Q:
# The domain of u(x) is the set of all real values except 0 and the domain of v(x) is the set of all real values except 2. What are the restrictions on the domain of ? u(x) 0 and v(x) 2 x 0 and x cannot be any value for which u(x) 2 x 2 and x cannot be any value for which v(x) 0 u(x) 2 and v(x) 0

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Answer:Third option x β 2 and x cannot be any value for which v(x) = 0Step-by-step explanation:In this problem we are asked to find the domain of the function
[tex](UoV)(x)[/tex]We know that [tex](UoV)(x) = U(V(x))[/tex].
We know that:
Domain of U(x) is all real numbers except x = 0
Domain of V(x) is all real numbers except x = 2.
Then the domain of the composite function U(V (x)) is:
all real numbers except x = 2. (since x = 2 does not belong to the domain of V(x) and all values of x for which V(x) = 0 (since x = 0 does not belong to the domain of U(x))
Finally the domain of [tex](UoV)(x)[/tex]) is:
[tex]x \neq 2[/tex] and [tex]V(x) \neq 0[/tex]