Based on the hashtag it seems all you're looking for in this question are the non-permissible values. Non-permissible values are whatever makes the denominator equal 0. Therefore we'll set the denominator equal to 0 and solve for x

15x^{3}=0

x^{3}=0

x=0

based on the above solution, we can see that 0 is a non-permissible value. That's evident by plugging it back into the original equation, if we equate 0 to x, then the denominator equals 0 and it is impossible to divide by 0.

4 months ago

## Answered By Arsalan Q

Based on the hashtag it seems all you're looking for in this question are the non-permissible values. Non-permissible values are whatever makes the denominator equal 0. Therefore we'll set the denominator equal to 0 and solve for x

15x

^{3}=0x

^{3}=0x=0

based on the above solution, we can see that 0 is a non-permissible value. That's evident by plugging it back into the original equation, if we equate 0 to x, then the denominator equals 0 and it is impossible to divide by 0.

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