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QuantumTorch: And the domain is what f(x) can equal. The range is what g(f(x)) can equal 2:03 pm
the domain is whatever is legal to enter in the range is whatever gets returned
hah...your 2 hours away from me :)
the domain is actually whatever is legal for f(x) and whatever is legal for g(x)
does no good for f(x) to illegate g(x)
so basically in in function gof, range will be domain of g?
no; range is whatever gets returned as a value from the inputs; think of domain as whatever you put into the oven and think of range as what you take out of the oven.
the 2 are related, but not the same unless the oven function is set to inverseify
yeah, just what I said P
qt, you gotta get a new pic...that ones just so darn distracting ;)
ok now i get it, so the range will be range of f, right?
Haha I can't on the iPad.
(Domain of f(x))-----(f(x))-----(Range of F(x))------>> ----(Range of f(x) = Domain of g(x))-----g(x)------->> ------->>(Range of gof)!
green= Domain of f(x) ; yellow = Range of f(x) yellow = Domain of g(x) ; red = range of (gof)(x)
Ohkay! Well thank you so much, amistre, for the help.
youre welcome :)