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For those of you who know how to use Matlab, I want to graph two functions f = [tex]\frac{(2+x)}{(x-2)(x+1)}[/tex] and g = [tex]\frac{1}{\sqrt{(2x^2 - 1)(x^2-1)}}[/tex]

On my instructions sheet it says; draw f and g on the same gridon a "suitable" domain.

The domain of f is all the real numbers except for 2 & -1

The domain of g = [-2,∞)\{±1}

What is a suitable domain for both functions to put on the graph AND what's the code for specifying the domain in MATLAB?

could it be: x≥-2\±1 ∩ x = R\{2,-1}?

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# Graphing using MATLAB

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