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am new to this,that is how i meant it :)

i got -4 and -3

Sounds right..
so (x+4)(x+3)
So when will this be negative?

Remember that a product is negative only when it has an odd number of negative factors.

ok

so my domain is -4>= x >= -3 ?

no

then what is it?

When x is very large and negative what will that product be?

\[(-\infty + 4)(-\infty+3) = ? \]

thanks

The domain is (-inf, -3] U [-4, +inf).

range?

my brain is a bit fried from java programming last week

x?

If you have a function y=f(x), x is the domain and y is the range.

ok cool, am good in math , not really in domain and range but thanks