# SOLUTION: A question about domains: What is the domain of the following? g(x) = 5e(to the x power) It would seem to me that x could equal anything, therefore the domain would be (-inf

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 Question 132313: A question about domains: What is the domain of the following? g(x) = 5e(to the x power) It would seem to me that x could equal anything, therefore the domain would be (-infinity, +infinity), is this correct?Answer by jim_thompson5910(28598)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!You are correct. If you graph, you'll confirm your answer Graph of . Notice how the graph extends infinitely in both directions along the x-axis.