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Why is the domain of the reciprocal of log (-inf,1) ~{0}? how does the graph look like? can someone give me a link? What is the range in this case? Are the domains of reciprocals of other functions also a set of numbers which do not belong to the domain of the original function?

 


Why is the domain of the reciprocal of log (-inf,1) ~{0}? how does the graph look like? can someone give me a link? What is the range in this case? 
Are the domains of reciprocals of other functions also a set of numbers which do not belong to the domain of the original function?

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jitender lakhanpal
62 Points
9 years ago

hi rohan

 

domain of 1/logx is not (-inf,1) ~{0}  it x can''t be lessthan or equal to 0 in any case

range changes when you find it for reciprocal the values greater than 1 becomes less than 1

and values between 0 to 1 will become greater than 1

domain also changes because we have to consider that the denominator cannot be equal to 0

 

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