(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

r(t)- ln|t-1| i , e^t j , sqrt(t) k find the natural domains. this is a problem as an example in the book.

2. Relevant equations

It gives an answer of (-infinity,1) U (1,+infinity), (-infinity,+ininity) and [0, +infinity) and the intersection of these sets are [0,1) U (1,+infinity) then it says that the naturals domain of r(t) is 0=< t <1 or t >1

3. The attempt at a solutionI understand that ln of 0 is non existant, I understand the domain of e is plus and minus infinity, i also understand the domain of the square root function, but i dont see how to find the intersection of these sets and i dont understand how they got the natural domain either. can someone please explain this to me?

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# Domains of vector values functions

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