anonymous
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function using domain -4,-2,0,2 and then 4. state the range of the function. y=-10x
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anonymous
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plug in those values in for x and the y's will be your range.
anonymous
  • anonymous
was that all to the other question
anonymous
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yeah that was all, pretty simple huh

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anonymous
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just add the domain numbers and put them in the x & y box
anonymous
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would i do this one the same
anonymous
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-10+-4 =-14
anonymous
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what you just said is not correct. For this problem plug in y= -10(-4) = 40 y= -10(-2) = 20 and so on.... These values are your range
anonymous
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o ok times them
anonymous
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yeah cuz the function is y=-10x
anonymous
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how can i no if i times them ect...
anonymous
  • anonymous
o ok thanks tdabboud.......
anonymous
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anytime.. glad i could help.. just pay attention to the functions and you'll be good
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