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Find the domain of the function. Verify your result with a graph. g(s)=5s+53s9g(s)=\frac{5 s+5}{3 s-9}

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We are to find the domain of the function g(s)=5s+53s9g(s)=\dfrac{5s+5}{3s-9}.

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