In chemistry the volume for a certain gas is given by V = 10T, where V is measured in cc and T is temperature in °C. If the temperature varies from 70°C to 130°C, find the set of volume values. (Enter...

In chemistry the volume for a certain gas is given by V = 10T, where V is measured in cc and T is temperature in °C. If the temperature varies from 70°C to 130°C, find the set of volume values. (Enter...

I’m not sure how to graph this problem and wrote it in interval notation.

Write it out in interval notation form, please.

Consider the function f(x)=x^2+6 for the domain [0, infinity) Find f-1(x), where f-1 is the inverse of f. Also, state the domain of f-1 in interval...

I have no idea what the answer is. i thinks its no solution but my homework is saying i am wrong

So, there's a problem that is telling me write my answer in Interval Notation and it is telling me to do so except for -3 and 3. I am able to get the answer for the two numbers, but there's also a...

In interval notation

t = [-20 ±√((202-4(-4)(63))]/(2(-4)) How do I solve this?

A and B are sets of real numbers defined as follows. A= {w| w<3} B= {w|w≥8} Write A∩B and A∪B using interval notation. If the set is empty, write ∅.

-5<x<8

Less than or equal to 10

and C are sets of real numbers defined as follows. =B≥yy4 =C>yy7 Write ∩BC and ∪BC using interval notation. If the set is empty, write ∅...

I don't understand how to figure out the domain of this question could someone please help me get the answer

Solve the following inequality. Write the answer in interval notation. 1≤7x-6<7

This question is really hard to me.

Write your solution using interval notation. If your answer contains fractions, please enter a fraction, decimal approximations will not be accepted.

D= {zIz ≥3} E= {zlz <5} Write F U H and F n H using interval notation. If the set is empty, write Ø

A and B are sets of real numbers defined as follows. A={z z<4} B={z z≤8} Write A∩B and A∪B using interval notation. If the set is empty, write ∅...

g(x) = √x _______ 4x2 + 3x − 1

mathematically, h≥0. Negatives are not allowed under a square. contexually, h≥0. Hopefully, the roller coaster is always above ground.