I am an amateur when it comes to math. I am currently taking CAL 1 and have a question about one of my assignments. Any help is appreciated.
Let $g(x)=x^3-x^3-2x$ and $f(x) = \ln(g(x))$
I have to find the domain of $y = f(x)$ I've figured out that when I do $x^3-x^2-2x > 0$, I end up with $0, 2, -1$.
But I'm still not sure what the domain is.... maybe I'm close? maybe it's obvious? Any help much appreciated!!!