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Use set or interval notation to give the domain of the function:

g(t)=(x-5)/sinx

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

So looking at this, I recognize that x cannot be 0,180,360, etc... it's just putting this into set or interval notation that confuses me. Also, I notice that g is a function of t which is not in the equation, would that therefore mean that the domain can be all real numbers?

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# Domain of a function

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