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What is the domain of F(x) = 1/x ?
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Step-by-step explanation:

The domain is the possible x values of a function.

Since our function is a reciprocal function, our denominator can't equal 0. Note x=0, is a vertical asymptote.

So our domain is

All Reals except 0,

or (-oo,0) U (0, oo).
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