# How do you simplify and restricted value of #5/(7z+5)#?

The denominator cannot be zero as this would make the fraction undefined. Equating the denominator to zero and solving gives the value that z cannot be.

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To simplify the expression 5/(7z+5), you can't simplify it any further. However, to find the restricted value, you need to set the denominator equal to zero and solve for z. In this case, 7z+5 = 0. Solving this equation, you get z = -5/7. Therefore, the restricted value of 5/(7z+5) is z = -5/7.

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