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Agumenti Group Title

how do i find the domain and range of f(x)=35x-602

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    Domain is all values of x that can make a function valid so, x is all real values and range is all values of f(x) for the above domain So, range is also all real values

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    the range are all possible values of y, and the domain are all possible values of x (those that dont give infinty as an answer) in this case x can be as big or small as you want, making f(x) as big or small as you want, so the domain and range are all real values, or -(-infinty,+infinty)

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    oh okay thanks!

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    what are the Domain and Range for the equation 35x-602

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    equatins do not have ranges or domains, only functions. in this case f(x)=35x-602 both range and domain are ALL REALS, that is, all real numbers.

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