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What would be the range of this ? http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=y%3D%28x%2B4%29%5E2&lk=4&num=1

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0 to infinite
how would i put that in terms of like R { ..
\[(0,\infty)\]

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and how about domain ?
\[(-\infty,\infty)\]
\[x \epsilon R\]
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U may use the notation that u prefer (if some notation has not been stipulated). So x in R is just as good as (inf,inf) (I prefer the former, myself) Range R >= 0 does just as well as (0,inf) The thing is to be clear.

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