NZ Level 7 (NZC) Level 2 (NCEA)
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Domain and Range of Hyperbolas

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What is the domain of the function defined by $f\left(x\right)=\frac{1}{x+5}$f(x)=1x+5?

$\left(-\infty,1\right)$(,1)$\cup$$\left(1,\infty\right)$(1,)

A

$\left(-\infty,0\right)$(,0)$\cup$$\left(0,\infty\right)$(0,)

B

$\left(-\infty,-5\right)$(,5)$\cup$$\left(-5,\infty\right)$(5,)

C

$\left(-\infty,5\right)$(,5)$\cup$$\left(5,\infty\right)$(5,)

D

$\left(-\infty,1\right)$(,1)$\cup$$\left(1,\infty\right)$(1,)

A

$\left(-\infty,0\right)$(,0)$\cup$$\left(0,\infty\right)$(0,)

B

$\left(-\infty,-5\right)$(,5)$\cup$$\left(-5,\infty\right)$(5,)

C

$\left(-\infty,5\right)$(,5)$\cup$$\left(5,\infty\right)$(5,)

D
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