Question

The domain of definition of

                                

Solution

Correct option is

For   

Since

Inequalities are not possible. Hence the domain of 

SIMILAR QUESTIONS

Q1

Which of the following sets of ordered pairs define a one to one function?

Q3

If  (x) is a polynomial satisfying (x). (1/x) = (x) + (1/x), and (3) = 28, then f (4) is given by

 

Q4

Let the function f (x) =  

satisfying 

 

Q5

Let 

Q6

Let  be a real valued function such that for any real

some k, > 0. Then

Q7

Let a function  

 

Q8

 

equals

Q9

Let n(A) = 4 and n(B) = 6. Then the number of one-one functions from A to B is 

Q10

The graph of the function