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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
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)
oh okay thanks!

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