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why.math

  • 4 years ago

what exactly is the domain

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  1. sinusoidal
    • 4 years ago
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    the domain is the set of all possible x values that the function is defined for

  2. moneybird
    • 4 years ago
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    possible x-values for the function

  3. KGH
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    The domain of a function is the values of X for which the function is defined- that is, values of X that have a corresponding Y value.

  4. sinusoidal
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    all valid places in x where the function exists

  5. sasogeek
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    how many answers lol

  6. sasogeek
    • 4 years ago
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    ravi i think that is true but not an accepted definition... lets stick to the standards :)

  7. why.math
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    lol .. funny.. thanks 2 evryone

  8. ravi623
    • 4 years ago
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    u r right saso

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