Given that Domain of the rational function is all real numbers. So the rational function should not contain denominator part.

ossidianaZ 2020-11-05 Answered
Given that Domain of the rational function is all real numbers.
So the rational function should not contain denominator part.
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So the required rational function only contains numerator part.
The required rational function is in the form of
f(x)=Kx(xa)(xb)
where k, a, and b are constants.
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