- anonymous

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- Kainui

What can x be? What numbers can you not take the square root of?

- anonymous

O?

- anonymous

\[\sqrt{0} = 0\]

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- Kainui

You can take the square root of 0, since 0*0=0. You can't divide by 0, don't forget that when determining range and domain.

- anonymous

YES BUT LET ME SHOW U GUYS THE OPTIONS

- Kainui

Try turning off your caps lock, it doesn't really help you.

- anonymous

\[\sqrt{-1} \notin R\]

- anonymous

o sorry lol :)

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- anonymous

what types of numbers can we not square root?

- Kainui

Haha it's fine. So yes, eigenschmeigen is right, if you can guess what that means. Remember that a domain is all the numbers of x you can choose to satisfy an equation while the range is all the numbers you can have as a result of your domain.

- anonymous

i attached a picture of the options can u guys check it out

- Kainui

Numbers in these brackets [x,y] mean that they are included in the range or domain. Numbers in parenthesis (x,y) mean that they're not included, but every number between them is.

- anonymous

can u guys help because he didnt help :(

- anonymous

Well, what do you think the answer is?

- anonymous

@Kainui i personally think you were explaining very well

- anonymous

C ?

- anonymous

what happens if you put a negative number for x?

- anonymous

@eigenschmeigen im just very slow in math like i dont get anything im sorry and i need to get this half a credit graduate with my class by june 3rd and its a whole bunch of quizes this invluded and im just stressing! :(((

- anonymous

what happens if we put a negative number in for x?

- anonymous

what do we get, for example, if i put in -16

- anonymous

i believe the answer is A.

- anonymous

A....

- anonymous

yes you would be correct

- anonymous

thanks so much.

- anonymous

I hope you're not just guessing and you truly, genuinely understand the concept behind your answer.

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