whats domain and range

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domain is what you can use; range is what you can get
THE DOMAIN IS X AND THE RANGE IS Y
to expand on what amistre said - if you have an equation of the form:\[y=f(x)\] the domain is what values of x can be used in f(x). the range if the range of values that this generates for y - i.e. minimum y to maximum y. as an example, for this function:\[y=\frac{x}{x−1}\]the domain cannot include the value x=1 as that would not give you a value value for y. so the domain here is \(x\ne1\).

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the range in the above example would be \((-\infty, +\infty)\)
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