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Given $A=\dfrac{\sqrt{9-3p}}{p+1}$ ...

Determine the value(s) of $p$ for which $A$ will be:

  1. Undefined
  2. Non-real
  3. Rational (give only ONE integer)
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undefined p+1=0

p=-1

non real 9-3p<0

p>3

rational 9-3p>0

p<3
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