# What is the domain and range for #f(x) = - ( 1 / ( x + 1) )#?

The value that x cannot be is obtained by equating the denominator to zero and solving the function; otherwise, f(x) would become undefined.

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The domain of the function is ( x \neq -1 ), and the range is ( y \neq 0 ).

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