# SOLUTION: what is the impilied domain of the givin function? g(x)=5x^2+3x+2

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 Question 535531: what is the impilied domain of the givin function? g(x)=5x^2+3x+2Answer by fcabanski(1132)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!The domain of any quadratic function is all real numbers. If the quadratic function were in the denominator, then it would be all real numbers except those in which the quadratic function = 0. Check my profile and contact me for one on one online tutoring. I can help you understand this with one on one online tutoring. It's one thing to follow an example, but even better if you understand the concept.