Determine the domain and range of y= \[\pm \sqrt{4-x^{2}}\] and y= -(x/4-2x) I know the domain are continuous everywhere, but I forgot how to determine the range.

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Determine the domain and range of y= \[\pm \sqrt{4-x^{2}}\] and y= -(x/4-2x) I know the domain are continuous everywhere, but I forgot how to determine the range.

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Are you sure it is continuous everywhere? The square root sign and a denominator seems to be saying otherwise.
It is continous everywhere EXCEPT at + or - 2
yea, I made a mistake I was thinking of something else. Can youhelp me determine the range?

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The range would positive infinity to minus infinity
You can cheat and punch in your calculator and you will see that you have horizontal asymptotes.
I'm sorry vertical.

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