# How do you find the domain and range of #y = sqrt( x^2 +4) /( x^2 - 4)#?

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Oct 4, 2015

#### Answer:

Domain: (-infinity, -2] U [2, infinity). In other words, domain is all real numbers except for when x= 2, and -2.

Range: (-infinity, infinity). Which is all real numbers.

#### Explanation:

Solve for x on the denominator by setting x^2 -4 =0. You should get x=2, -2. Which means that there are vertical asymptotes at 2 and -2.