What is the domain of #f(x)= (8x)/((x-1)(x-2))#?
It is all the real numbers except those that nullify the denominator in our case x=1 and x=2. So the domain is
The domain is all the real numbers except x can not be 1 or 2.
The domain of a function is where that function is defined, now we can easily find the point(s) where this function is undefined and exclude them from the domain, since we can't divide by zero the roots of the denominators are the points that the function is not defined, so:
Hence the domain is all the real numbers except 1 or 2.
in interval notation: