anonymous
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For each relation below, describe the domain and range
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anonymous
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x+y=0
anonymous
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Domain and Range...both are equal to R. as there is no restriction to x or y.
anonymous
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So Domain and range just equal R?

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anonymous
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Yup.
anonymous
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I have 2 more can you help me with them?
anonymous
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Sure...:)
anonymous
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Alright one sec let me post them. and thanks :)
anonymous
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anonymous
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That is the graph it shows and says to describe domain and range.
anonymous
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The graph ain't clear mate. Whats the point on the negative x-axis? From what I see the range seems to be from -1 to 5
anonymous
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yes it is at (-1,-1)
anonymous
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One point is at (-1,-1) and the other is at (2,5)
anonymous
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Then domain is from -1 to 2 and range is -1 to 5.
anonymous
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Oh well thanks alright now i only have one more.
anonymous
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Sure...go ahead. :)
anonymous
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Would you like me to just put points this time instead of drawing graph cause that was hard lol
anonymous
  • anonymous
lol...just post. I'll see if I can make out what you have written. :P
anonymous
  • anonymous
Point one is at (-1,-2). Point two is at (3,-4). Point three is at (1,3).
anonymous
  • anonymous
I posted all the points above lol.
anonymous
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Sorry...my net got disconnected. Gimme a minute.
anonymous
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It is all good.
anonymous
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Can you draw the graph? It depends all on the graph...
anonymous
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Yes one sec i just have to go do something real quick.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Sure. I have to go out for an hour. Post the graph here...I'll reply to it as soon as possible.
anonymous
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