# How do you simplify and state the excluded values for (g²-6g-55) /(g)?

Jun 13, 2015

$g = 0$ is an excluded value.
Factoring $\frac{{g}^{2} - 6 g - 55}{g}$ might be considered "simplifying".
$g = 0$ is an excluded value, since division by zero is not permitted.
$\frac{{g}^{2} - 6 g - 55}{g}$ can be factored as
$\textcolor{w h i t e}{\text{XXXX}}$ $\textcolor{w h i t e}{\text{XXXX}}$ $\frac{1}{g} \cdot \left(g + 5\right) \left(g - 11\right)$