# Question #c8dd3

##### 1 Answer

Please see below.

#### Explanation:

When we think of this expression as defining a function (of the kind called a 'rational function'),

A rational function is continuous on its domain.

The domain of a rational function is the collection of all real numbers for which the denominator is NOT

To find the discontinuities, we find the places where the denominator IS

Assuming that this question comes from a course in the calculus of real numbers, there are no discontinuities. (There are no real real numbers that make the denominator