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Q: What is the domain of the function? (1 point)x x > 1 x x
A: X (named ex /??ks/, plural exes[1]) is the twenty-fourth letter in the ISO basic Latin alphabet.In mathematics, x is commonly used as the name for an independent variable or unknown value. [ While it is widely believed that the usage of x to represent an independent or unknown variable can be traced back to the Arabic word ?ay' ??? = ?thing?, there are no sources to support this claim. Modern
tradition of using x to represent unknowns was started by Rene Descartes in his La geometrie (1637).It may also be used to signify the multiplication operation when a more appropriate glyph is unavailable. In mathematics, an "italicized x" (x\!) is often used to avoid potential confusion with the multiplication symbol. ]
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