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Find the natural domain of the function algebraically,and confirm that your result is consistent with the graph produced by your graphing utility. note: set your graphing utility to radian mode when graphing trigonometric function.

for example one of the questions :

f(x) = 1/x-3

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# Find the natural domain of the function

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