# Domains of functions

F(x)=x

Domain of (fg)(x) is. .. . .

Domain of (f/g)(x). ..

^{2}-7x and g(x)=5-x^{2}Domain of (fg)(x) is. .. . .

Domain of (f/g)(x). ..

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