Thanks in advanved :) The second equation is x=√y-4
Thanks in advanved :) The second equation is x=√y-4
Domain and Range of an absolute function and trigonometric function and of continuous function and of radical function. The way how to write Domain and Range.......
I do know the answer since there's an answers section associated in my book (Pure Math 1,by Hugh Neil and Douglas Quadling),but there isn't detailed explaination so i've figured out just one part...
a) f(x)= √-x - x^2 (square root of -x and x^2) and b) g(x)= 1 ————— ...
what is the domain, and range of the square root of x+7. i know how to get the domain, but not the range.
y=(1/-x) - 2 y=(-4/x-4)+4
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What is the domain and the range of f(x)=3x+4
1. how do i graph the function y = -10/x, then find the domain and range 2. how do i graph ...
my teacher said that in a question I was supposed to graph with any real number and then give the domain and range of that equation I wrote domain: >x> or domain: (,,,,) he said that...
f(x)=x2 +7 need the domain and range of the interval notation
how do you find the domain and range of this equation? I have already graphed the equation, but I don't know how to find the domain and range of this equation.... please help me. I need the answer...
What is the domain and range of a function (in general terms)? Why do units of time, distance and money often restrict the domain of a real-world model to only positive values of the input...
Please explain how to find the range an d domain of the given function.
what is the range if the domain is (-5,2,7) with the equation y=-2/3x+4.
i need help with this equation