# SOLUTION: This question has two parts. a) find the domain of {{{f(x)=5/(x-2)}}} b) find f(x+h)=? So far, I put that part a) domain = all real numbers except x (does not equal)

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 Question 97389: This question has two parts. a) find the domain of b) find f(x+h)=? So far, I put that part a) domain = all real numbers except x (does not equal)=2 part b) so I don't know if I am correct, though. Answer by jim_thompson5910(28715)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!a) correct b) Start with the given function Plug in x+h. To do this, simply replace each x with x+h. Since there are no common terms, we cannot combine any of the terms. So this is our answer.