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what would be the domain and range of this graph attached?

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Sry, but honestly it's a good question and I don't remember, I would help u if I could.
alright no problem

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I don't wanna give u the wrong answer. :)
anikate, i can do trial and error. it doesnt matter
hmmm
isn't domain x and range y
|dw:1326317469666:dw|
yea anikate
k thought so
ravi is correct according to me in that case
thanx Anikete
well my learning software rejected the answer
yw np :) anytime!
what id ur learning software? bagatrix?
no.
its called webwork
ravi623 you're wrong
i said the domain is [-6,7]
get bagatrix it shows steps and the answer
what is the range pre-algebra
the range is \([0,5]\cup\{7\}\)\[\]
ok anikate
i will look into it
pre-algebra you are right, it accepted that
thanks for the help everybody
ravi623 you're wrong again xd
how friend ?
the point 3 is obviously in the range
ur right

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