# How do you find the domain of #g(x) = root3(x+3)#?

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The domain is

#### Explanation:

To find the domain of a function you have to think of all real values of

In the given function there are no excluded values of

Note that if there was square root sign (instead of cubic root) then the domain would only be the set for which

because square root (or generally root of an even degree) cannot be calculated for negative values.

Domain of

#### Explanation:

We have a cube root here, Note that while even powers are all positive, odd powers can be negative as well.

Therefore whether

Hence, domain of