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Where is the hole for the following function located? f(x)= x+3/(x+4)(x+3)

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Roger Moore on November 7, 2018

The hole of a function is described as the x-y coordinate in which the denominator and the numerator are equal to zero. For the function f(x)= x+3/(x+4)(x+3), the common polynomial given is x-3, which can be equated to zero. Therefore, 0 divided 0 means a hole in the function. If x+3 = 0, the hole of the function at x = -3.


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