alyssababy7
Find the domain of the function.
f(x) = 2x + 4



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anonymous
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you can multiply any number by 2 and add 4 to any number, so domain should be all real numbers
maybe they want \(\mathbb{R}\)

alyssababy7
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These are the options
A. (∞, 0) u(0, ∞)
B. (∞, ∞)
C. (0, ∞)

anonymous
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try B since it is the same as saying "all real numbers"

alyssababy7
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thank you

anonymous
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yw

Reaper534
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hello