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Which of the following CANNOT be a value of 6/(x–6)?

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Which of the following CANNOT be a value of 6/(x–6)?

A. -1
B. -1/2
C. 0
D. 2
E. 6

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0 because the only way to get a fraction equal to 0 is to have the numerator equal 0.
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I got it now. Answer is zero
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Shouldn't the answer be E?
Because, if we plug in 6 then 6/(6-6)= 6/0= undefined.
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Shouldn't the answer be E?
Because, if we plug in 6 then 6/(6-6)= 6/0= undefined.


The question doesn't ask for the value of X here, but for the possible results of the equation.

If 6/(x-6) = 0, then the numerator has to be 0 (just as you said, denominator can't be 0.) But since the numerator is 6, C can't be possible.

Hence the answer is C.
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ritigl wrote:
Shouldn't the answer be E?
Because, if we plug in 6 then 6/(6-6)= 6/0= undefined.


The question doesn't ask for the value of X here, but for the possible results of the equation.

If 6/(x-6) = 0, then the numerator has to be 0 (just as you said, denominator can't be 0.) But since the numerator is 6, C can't be possible.

Hence the answer is C.


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Which of the following CANNOT be a value of 6/(x–6)?

A. -1
B. -1/2
C. 0
D. 2
E. 6


Since 6 divided by a number cannot equal zero, 6/(x - 6) cannot be zero.

Answer: C
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